Assessment of situation in educational activities with need to introduce remote technologies during pandemic


  • Anatolii Silveistr Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine
  • Roksoliana Zozuliak-Sluchyk Precarpathian National University Vasyl Stefanyk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine
  • Larysa Iaroshevska Nikolaev national university named after V.O. Sukhomlinsky, Nikolaev, Ukraine
  • Oksana Strikhar Nikolaev national university named after V.O. Sukhomlinsky, Nikolaev, Ukraine
  • Svitlana Derkach Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Kyiv, Ukraine


distance education, education development, educational organization, educational process, educational technology, health opportunity, internet resource, lifelong education, pandemic


The article aims to assess the options for DO according to their requirements for the competencies of employees; the correspondence of the existing competencies of the personnel to work with subsidiaries was revealed; Substantiated the criteria for choosing a subsidiary, taking into account the compliance with the objectives of the organization and the revealed discrepancy of competencies; methods for calculating labor costs are proposed; the possible motivational techniques were evaluated, to use them in personnel management in the process of transition to the use of distance learning in the educational process. The article identifies and analyzes various groups of risks associated with this process (prejudices, risks of losing that value that is accumulated by pedagogical experience, risks associated with the loss and change of authority in the teaching staff), the possibilities of their leveling, directions of work with them are offered. analysis of existing preschool education, based on the needs of the teaching staff, additional criteria for the selection of preschool education have been formulated.


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How to Cite

Silveistr, A., Zozuliak-Sluchyk, R., Iaroshevska, L., Strikhar, O., & Derkach, S. (2022). Assessment of situation in educational activities with need to introduce remote technologies during pandemic. International Journal of Health Sciences, 6(1), 32–39.



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