• Pavlina Teneva Trakia University-Medical College, Stara Zagora
  • Ivelina Dobreva Trakia University-Medical College, Stara Zagora
  • Mariana Staneva Trakia University-Medical College, Stara Zagora
Keywords: interactive environment, professional training, teaching


Modern informative and communication technologies offer universities a wide range of opportunities for visualization and interactivity in the learning process that fully correspond to the perception, thinking and learning characteristic of the digital generation of students. Current research shows unequivocally that interactive tools improve students' academic achievement, motivation, engagement and learning of the scientific content. For medical education, practical training is an important part of the preparation of the students and the formation of their professional appearance. The aim of the present study is to present the most frequently used interactive methods in the professional training of the students of the medical laboratory assistant and rehabilitation therapist students who are studying at Stara Zagora Medical College, and their role in shaping the future professional appearance. Any interactive method may be more effective if presented through appropriate technical, digital tools and technologies. The Medical College has modern information and communication tools for training - multimedia, specialized equipment tailored to the specifics of each specialty, modern mucus and mock-ups, microscopic camera and others. Learning and practical classes provide the opportunity to apply different interactive learning methods that stimulate communication, interaction and collaboration, but also the development of personal qualities, such as tolerance, responsibility to yourself and others. Students learn to think professionally, make the best decisions in a particular situation, and take responsibility. An interactive learning environment complements traditional learning. The application of innovative approaches, methods and forms in the practical training of students contributes to raising the interest, motivation and quality of learning. On the other hand, it also contributes to improving the quality of teaching, as innovative approaches are also a tool for training and management.


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How to Cite
Teneva, P., Dobreva, I., & Staneva, M. (2017). INTERACTIVE TEACHING METHODS - NECESSITY IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF THE "MEDICAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT" AND "REHABILITATION THERAPIST ". Knowledge International Journal, 19(4), 1761 - 1764. Retrieved from