Psychological and pedagogical features: the use of digital technology in a blended learning environment

  • Nataliia Volkova Department of Psychology, Pedagogy and Philosophy, Faculty of Law, Humanity and Social Sciences, Mykhailo Ostrogradsky Kremenchuk National University, Dnipro, Ukraine.
  • Tamara Poyasok Department of Psychology, Pedagogy and Philosophy, Faculty of Law, Humanity and Social Sciences, Mykhailo Ostrogradsky Kremenchuk National University, Kremenchuk, Ukraine.
  • Svitlana Symonenko Department of Foreign Languages Melitopol, Dmytro Motornyi Tavria State Agrotechnological University, Ukraine.
  • Yuliia Yermak Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine.
  • Hanna Varina Department of Psychology, Educational and Scientific Institute of Socio-Pedagogical and Artistic Education, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine.
  • Anna Rackovych Department of Information Technologies and Cybernetics, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine.

Resumo

The article highlights the problems of the digitalization of the educational process, which affect the pedagogical cluster and are of a psychological nature. The authors investigate the transformational changes in education in general and the individual beliefs of each subject of the educational process, caused by both the change in the format of learning (distance, mixed), and the use of new technologies (digital, communication). The purpose of the article is to identify the strategic trend of the educational process, which is a synergistic combination of pedagogical methodology and psychological practice and avoiding dialectical opposition of these components of the educational space. At the same time, it should be noted that the introduction of digital technologies in the educational process allows for short-term difficulties, which is a usual phenomenon for innovations in the educational sphere. Consequently, there is a need to differentiate the fundamental problems and temporary shortcomings that are inherent in the new format of learning (pedagogical features). Based on the awareness of this classification, it is necessary to develop psychological techniques that will prevent a negative reaction to the new models of learning and contribute to a painless moral and spiritual adaptation to the realities of the present (psychological characteristics). The methods used in the study are divided into two main groups: general-scientific, which investigates the pedagogical component (synergetic, analysis, structural and typological methods), and general-scientific, which are characterized by psychological direction (dialectics, observation, and comparative analysis). With the help of methods disclosed psychological and pedagogical features of the process of digitalization of education in a mixed learning environment. The result of the study is to develop and carry out methodological constants that will contribute to the synergy for the new pedagogical components (digital technology) and the psychological disposition to their proper use (awareness of the effectiveness of new technologies). So, the digitalization of education has demonstrated its relevance and effectiveness in the pedagogical dimension in the organization of blended and distance learning under the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic. The task of the psychological cluster is to substantiate the positive aspects of the digitalization of the educational process.

Biografia do Autor

Nataliia Volkova, Department of Psychology, Pedagogy and Philosophy, Faculty of Law, Humanity and Social Sciences, Mykhailo Ostrogradsky Kremenchuk National University, Dnipro, Ukraine.
Tamara Poyasok, Department of Psychology, Pedagogy and Philosophy, Faculty of Law, Humanity and Social Sciences, Mykhailo Ostrogradsky Kremenchuk National University, Kremenchuk, Ukraine.
Svitlana Symonenko, Department of Foreign Languages Melitopol, Dmytro Motornyi Tavria State Agrotechnological University, Ukraine.
Yuliia Yermak, Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine.
Hanna Varina, Department of Psychology, Educational and Scientific Institute of Socio-Pedagogical and Artistic Education, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine.
Anna Rackovych, Department of Information Technologies and Cybernetics, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Melitopol State Pedagogical University, Melitopol, Ukraine.

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Publicado
2022-04-03
Como Citar
Volkova, N., Poyasok, T., Symonenko, S., Yermak, Y., Varina, H., & Rackovych, A. (2022). Psychological and pedagogical features: the use of digital technology in a blended learning environment. Revista Tempos E Espaços Em Educação, 15(34), e17232. https://doi.org/10.20952/revtee.v15i34.17232