Educational information technologies in pandemic
Advantages and disadvantages
Keywords:distance education, education sector, educational action, educational process, modern education system, pandemic, scientific methodological
The purpose of the article is to analyze information technologies in education in a pandemic, to identify the main advantages and disadvantages of their use in the educational process. The following research methods were used to solve the set tasks: theoretical (study and analysis of scientific and pedagogical, psychological and pedagogical, reference, specialized literature, regulatory documentation on the topic of research, additional professional advanced training programs; analysis, comparison, classification of the information received and generalization); empirical (pedagogical experiment, observation, questionnaire survey, survey, conversation, testing); mathematical (statistical data processing). The article raises a problem that is caused by the need to find the best ways to form the digital literacy of a teacher in the process of professional development in the developing information space. Among the main problems of the information society, important are those that relate to the philosophical and pedagogical foundations of the strategy for the development of education in Ukraine, including problems related to informatization and computerization of the educational process, the emergence of the concept of digitalization of the individual. Telecommunications occupy the main place in the educational process of modern higher education. The main disadvantages and advantages of using multimedia technologies in education are analyzed.
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