THE USE OF «VIRTUAL TOURS» TECHNOLOGY IN THE TRAINING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

Kiryl Shuvayev, Pavel Andriyanov

Abstract


The aim of the study is to analyse the process of using «Virtual tours» technology in the educational process. This technology allows you to transfer the lesson from the passive into the interactive forms, to activate the cadets’ cognitive activity and to involve them into the educational process. The use of visualization techniques develops broad-minded thinking and enhances a better learning of the curricular material. The main tasks of the research are to analyse the process of using «Virtual tours» technology in the educational process of law enforcement officers; to estimate the functional practice of «Virtual tours» technology. The study is fundamentally based on the dialectical-philosophical method alongside with the general scientific and specific scientific methods.

Keywords


distance learning; education; training information technologies; virtual tours

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/bsm.v2i7.3482

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