Innovative systems of Ukrainian education in the context of globalization: philosophical content of categories
Palabras clave:innovaciones, educación de Ucrania, globalización, retos, categorías filosóficas.
Modern globalization processes have a powerful influence on innovative trends in the educational sector. The purpose of the article is to analyze the philosophical content of the categories of innovative Ukrainian education systems in the context of globalization. To carry out the research, primarily theoretical methods were used, in particular, analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction, and the method of abstraction. The results consider the issue of the general context of the modern use of innovative methods in the Ukrainian educational sector. It has been demonstrated that innovative education has connections with philosophical ideas and views. It is aimed at the development of critical thinking and creativity among students of higher education, as well as at the use of modern technologies and innovative teaching methods. One of the fundamental principles of modern innovative education is the individualization of education, that is, the actualization of individual educational opportunities in the student environment, according to the level and individual needs of each student. The philosophical dimensions of innovations in the educational system of Ukraine were also studied. In the conclusions, the main attention is paid to the importance of opportunities for solving the main actual contradictions, their use through the prism of approbative methods.
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Derechos de autor 2023 Nataliia Sas, Nataliia Didenko, Larysa Sira, Natalia Mokan, Mykhailo Vakerych
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