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Remote medical and physical education - challenge of modernity

International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Farida Anvarovna Mindubayeva,1 Nuriya Mansurovna Kharissova,1 Liliya Mansurovna Smirnova2


Introduction: The article briefly study the essence of the distance learning format and reviews the experience of using the distance learning in medical and physical culture education; forms of conducting practical and lecture classes are described; forms of monitoring current and final classes using modern information and communication technologies at the at Kostroma State University and Karaganda Medical University.

The use of the distance learning in medical and physical culture education in modern realities and the use of innovative teaching methods in the medical and physical culture educational process contributes to the formation of a person who is creative, which independently thinks and makes his own decisions.

Methods: Description, Observation, Analysis, Synthesis.  Each teacher and student is aware about the information that was used in writing this article.

Results: The distance learning is a motivated pedagogical technology in medical and physical culture education in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. This article shows the experience of using the distance learning at our universities using various programs and computer technologies.

Conclusions: The analysis of distance learning at our universities revealed that teachers need the help of specialists in the field of IT technologies to develop and form modern, high-quality content and technical distance learning courses; it is necessary to increase the financial and time resources of universities and teachers; for the formation of practical skills, a combined teaching method is required with a clear choice of topics and the percentage of classroom and distance learning.


online learning, modern educational technologies, digital learning, IT-technologies, student-centered learning, non-traditional forms of conducting classes, computer programs