Digital Transformation of Education in the Context of Informatization of Education and Society Against the Background of Russian Armed Aggression: Current Problems and Vectors of Development
Keywords:informatization of pedagogy, technological acceleration, technical problems, emergency distance learning
Digital transformation is the basis of Ukraine’s war tactics. The aim is to analyze the practice and context of the evolution of informatization of education, the contribution and focus on educational technologies of distance learning in the languages of war. The method of sociological research of open primary collection of information in Kamyanets-Podilsky Ivan Ohienko National University, Volodymyr Vynnychenko Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University, and the National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, described the problems of organization, forms, and tendencies of the educational process. The novelty - is the allocation of operational algorithms in the field of distance learning technologies, which allow teaching and supporting the participants of the educational process under conditions of armed Russian aggression. Practical significance - the analysis of the dynamics of development of informatization of society in modern conditions; in the search for digital transformations and updating of education during the war; in the description of modern practices and vectors of development. The results revealed: that educational trends in zones or without hostilities, indicators of technical development in conditions of war, and levels and principles of development of public informatization. In war conditions the educational institutions technically coped with the emergency situation.
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