Sumin Viktor Ivanovich, Doctor of engineering sciences, professor, sub-department of infromatics and mathematics teaching technique, Voronezh State Pedagogical University (86 Lenina street, Voronezh, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
Chumakova Veronika Vladimirovna, Postgraduate student, Voronezh State Pedagogical University (86 Lenina street, Voronezh, Russia), email@example.com
Background. Currently, the main focus on improving the educational technology is to optimize the learning processes aimed at improving the quality of perception of educational materials. The work purpose is to examine different ways of perception and assimilation of information in the learning process.
Materials and methods. The effectiveness of the learning process depends on adaptation to the level of perception of the learner training information. Therefore, one of the most promising directions in development of educational technologies is mathematical modeling of audiovisual training, capable of adapting to each student. In order to build a mathematical model of the learning process, taking into account the simultaneous perception of audio and video information, it is necessary to determine the effect of the impact of speed of memorization and forgetting of audiovisual information on the quality and duration of training. For this purpose the authors analyzed international researches in the field of perception.
Results. The article analyzes the materials of international researches in the field of the processes of forgetting and remembering. The Adstock model can be used to construct a mathematical model of perception of audio and video information in the learning process, since advertising is actually a portion of audio and video information that is necessary to remember.
Conclusions. It is possible to conclude that the usage of simultaneous perception of audio and video data in the learning process increases the efficiency of learning information storing, and the learning process is also optimized.
learning process modeling, perception of information, speed of memorizing and forgetting of educational information, audio and video educational information, quality of assimilation, Adstock model.
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