Keywords: distance education, sense formation, distance technologies, intellectually gifted, independent activity, developing potential


The article reveals the notion of distance education, meaning formation, meaningful technologies. The modern concept of psychological and peda-gogical support of talent is associated with the concept of the child’s abilities disclosure in education. Discussion about the developing potential of distance education, where, on the one hand, the student’s development potential is flattened, compressed and translated into “one-dimensional space” in the process of education; on the other hand, there is a whole range of opportuni-ties to initiate independent activity of students, to include mechanisms of cognitive and personal development of a modern student. The psychological bases of active learning technologies in distance education of gifted students are described. The author’s classification of interactive learning technologies using remote technologies is considered, where each technology finds several concrete embodiments. The results of an experimental study of gifted stu-dents’ independent activity initiation in distance education are presented.


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How to Cite
Abakumova, I., Bakaeva, I., Grishina, A., & Dyakova, E. (2019). ACTIVE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES IN DISTANCE EDUCATION OF GIFTED STUDENTS. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 7(1), 85-94.