Journal of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split, No. 6-7, 2016
The use of Information and communication technology (ICT) is present in all areas of life and, for this reason, it is inevitable in teaching processes. ICT is also used for the quality support of teachers in the implementation of teaching processes as a new paradigm of student learning in the 21st century. The development of ICT, with the application of educational principles, has enabled the construction of a new educational paradigm − e-learning. E-learning is implemented in the e-learning system and, with a well designed and delivered course, provides opportunities for online and hybrid learning, teaching and testing students’ knowledge. In this thesis, different models of using ICT application in tertiary education are shown. On a sample of 80 female students (3rd, 4th and 5th year of studies at the University of Split, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Primary Education), their opinion concerning the quality of the educational activities in the course Didactic of Teaching Art was examined using the Moodle system. The analysis of the given results has shown that the educational activities are done in a quality, simple and instructive way and, as such, contribute to the process of learning, teaching and testing students’ knowledge. In students’ opinion the educational activities in the course Didactic of Teaching Art can be shaped, developed and implemented in the teaching process using the Moodle system.
Information and communication technology; system for e-learning Moodle; tertiary education; Didactic of Teaching Art