Pedagogicheskiy Zhurnal Bashkortostana | VOL. 89-90

Психолого-педагогические проблемы цифровизации российского образования

Publication Date Jan 1, 2020


E-learning, its technologies, programs and devices used in the learning process bring important changes to traditionally existing models of education. They set the transformation of the framework of education: prohibitions and restrictions, prescriptions and recommendations. However, new technologies and devices, introducing new technological and communication capabilities, one way or another, but inherit many features of the old, and even more so, do not cancel these - old technologies, devices and their individual features. Purpose of the study: understanding the problems of the development of Russian education in the context of its digitalization, the role of digitalization of education in the development of industry and science. The research method is a systematic theoretical analysis of the psychological and pedagogical aspects of digitalization of Russian education. Research results. There is an urgent need to critically assess current technological (including digital) developments and teaching methods (big data, algorithms, smart learning), related pedagogical and anthropological (human) concepts, and theoretical problems facing educational research and modern education theory. The task of education in Russia can be set as the task of restoring the best from what was lost and enriching with new contents and forms, including the development of a methodology for attracting digital resources into the educational process. It is also important to solve not only the problems of social accessibility, but also the problems ...


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