Plashchevaya Е.V., Ivanchuk O.V., Lanina S.Y.
FEATURES OF THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE STUDY OF PHYSICS AT A MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Plashchevaya Е.V.1 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation) – firstname.lastname@example.org, Ivanchuk O.V.2 (Astrakhan, Russian Federation) – email@example.com, Lanina S.Y.3 (Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation) – firstname.lastname@example.org
1Amur State Medical Academy
2Astrakhan State Medical University
3Blagoveshchensk State Pedagogical University
Abstract. The article discusses the features of the use of digital technologies in the study of physics in a medical university. The relevance of digitalization in the educational process is substantiated. The psychological needs of students that influence the choice of certain digital technologies for educational purposes are revealed. It is noted that the use of digital technologies in the study of individual academic disciplines in vocational education is due not only to the requirements of society, but also to the individual needs of the younger generation in obtaining, exchanging information, self-organization, self-development, and increased activity. Sections and exemplary topics of the physics course intended for medical universities are highlighted. Particular attention is paid to the possibilities of a virtual physical experiment using digital technologies. It is concluded that when using digital technologies in the study of physics in a medical university, it is necessary to take into account a) the dynamics of digitalization of medicine and healthcare, which allows introducing the study of modern developments into the educational process, b) the psychological needs of students that influence the choice of certain digital tools for educational purposes, as well as for self-organization and self-development, c) the possibility of virtualization and visualization of experiments, allowing through special programs and services to organize virtual laboratory experiments aimed at developing independence, developing motivation, practical skills, research and creative abilities, individualization of learning .
Keywords: digitalization, physics, digital technologies, virtual physical experiment, individualization of learning.
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For citation: Plashchevaya Е.V., Ivanchuk O.V., Lanina S. Y. Features of the application of digital technologies in the study of physics at a medical university. CITISE, 2023, no. 1, pp. 7-15. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15350/2409-7616.2023.2.01