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The publication analyses the new requirements, predetermined by high technology on the one hand, and on the other hand, by the trainees themselves, the so-called digital generation, which are in front of the teacher, the lecturer. Traditional methods of learning are slowly shifted to those that offer active interaction between participants in the learning process. Some of these are interactive methods based on advanced technologies offering a variety of activities, such as information exchange, sharing of reasoning and impressions. Their effectiveness in teaching and training was studied in a target group of ‘students’ because of their ability to state their position most clearly and reasonably.
Keywords: lecturer, roles, competencies, high technologies, trained.
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