ISSN 2409-7616

Kalinina E.S., Manokhina T.V., Stupakov S.A.



UDC 378.147

Kalinina E.S.1 (Omsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Manokhina T.V.1 (Omsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Stupakov S.A.1 (Omsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail:

1Omsk State Transport University

Abstract. The article analyzes the effectiveness of lectures as one of the types of educational activities of students in a higher educational institution. The purpose of this scientific work is to determine the most relevant form of conducting lectures for students of railway specialties. The results of the analysis of student lecture notes and a survey among students about the methods of preparing for classes and final control are presented. It was revealed that for the majority of students, due to their constant distraction by gadgets during lectures, the educational material is present in the notes in the form of fragmentary phrases and incompletely executed graphic images. As a result, for preparation, they use various Internet resources, information on which is often placed in a distorted form, does not fully reflect the essence of the topic, or includes redundant information, so it is too difficult to understand the topic. In this regard, it is noted that lectures in the traditional format, when the main source of information is the teacher, is ineffective for large student flows, and there is a need for the active use of modern information technologies when conducting lectures. The article describes a method of modernizing the educational process and adapting it to the abilities of students by using the technology of reverse teaching. The main feature of this technology is the “overturning” of the educational process, in which students familiarize themselves with the lecture material on their own before the start of classes, and in classroom lessons, the studied material is discussed and practical skills are developed in the course of laboratory work and problem solving. The analysis of the results of applying the technology of reverse teaching in the study of the discipline «Resistance of materials» indicates an increase in the level of knowledge of students and a decrease in the number of unsatisfactory marks based on the results of the examination session.

Keywords: lecture, synopsis, multimedia technologies, Internet, gadget, reverse teaching, video lecture.


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Kalinina E.S., Manokhina T.V., Stupakov S.A. Implementation of reverse teaching technology in lectures. CITISE, 2021, no. 2, pp.194-202. DOI: