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This paper reports on the implementation of a self-directed learning process in a circuit theory course, incorporating dynamic training elements which were designed on the basis of a cybernetic model of cognitive process management. These elements are centrally linked in a dynamic learning frame, created on the monitor screen, which displays the properties of the object being designed. This design, based on a mathematical model of the object or its real properties, is carried out by means of software connected to the user's PC via the Internet. The student, considered in this case as the subject of his/her learning-cognitive activity management, has an opportunity to change object parameters at each iteration and thus to control the dynamics of the learning frame. The major feature of this model is the feedback between the subject of management (object of training) and the dynamic learning frame.