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Change of educational paradigm: Classics vs Present

The leadership of the university took part in the international videoconference "Organization of educational activities of universities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus."

The organization of the educational process using information and communication technologies in modern realities has become an urgent problem in the implementation of educational programs for training law enforcement officers for both states.

On behalf of the Russian side, representatives of the Omsk Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia took part in the discussion of the stated topic. Belarus was represented by the first deputy head of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Alexey Bashan and the head of the educational and methodological department, Elena Kotenko.

So, the head of the educational and methodological management in her speech identified the main areas that require further improvement, and also shared her experience of content and the process of implementing the educational process in a Belarusian university using information and communication technologies.

In turn, Alexey Bashan noted that the new format of education allows the development of new educational products that meet modern technologies and needs. This direction opens up a huge reserve for further fruitful cooperation between the Omsk Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia and the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

At the same time, representatives of educational institutions were unanimous that a change in the educational paradigm will not replace live communication between a teacher and a student.

During the forum, the features of the implementation of educational programs using distance technologies were discussed, which allowed the participants to find out the critical points and jointly find the most effective solutions, share their experience.

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