Modern didactic system of open education in ukraine: problems, solutions
Palabras clave:open education, didactic system, individualization of education, information technology, international educational space.
The emergence of an open education system is associated with the growing interest of the population in obtaining an educational product of a higher level and dissatisfaction with the implementation of educational needs through traditional education. The article aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the current state of open education in Ukraine, including an evaluation of its strengths and weaknesses, and to propose a methodology for addressing its problems. The article presents the definition of open education, the essence, purpose, subject. The main initial methodological ideas of open education include the idea of activity, consistency, and reflection. These ideas require an understanding of education as an integral part of social activity, consideration of the individual within the system of life, and the use of various forms of informational influence for the formation of a creative personality. Additionally, the article emphasizes the integration of the structural elements of didactics to generate a holistic pedagogical process. Using it in practice, it will not allow the teacher to drop one of its elements, replacing it with another. Such a construct can be the key to the success of open education in the present and in the future.
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Derechos de autor 2023 Tetiana Stepanova, Mukhiddin Khayruddinov, Olena Kuznetsova, Anzhelika Kurchatova, Iryna Korniienko
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