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Video communication in education.

Video conferencing opens up truly endless opportunities to increase the efficiency of the educational process, especially in regions far from the federal center. Regional educational institutions are often located in hard-to-reach places and are in dire need of qualified teaching staff. In view of the shortage of personnel, the situation is widespread when natural science disciplines are either completely canceled, or they are taught by an unqualified teacher, by reading the textbook aloud. The use of videoconferencing will allow a qualified teacher at the place of work to lead a lesson for students of several schools. Communication takes place in a two-way mode, maintaining visual contact is a prerequisite for effective teaching. Separately, it is worth noting the possibility of the teacher demonstrating educational materials to the audience. Videoconferencing significantly accelerates the introduction of innovations and new solutions into the learning process. The supervisory (or most direct) participation of the district methodologist in the educational process contributes to the accelerated implementation of new programs, and is also an additional means of monitoring the quality of education.