Managing the pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19

  • Tetyana Pakhomova Department of Local Self-Government and Development of Territories of the Odessа Polytechnic National University, Odessa, Ukraine.
  • Iryna Matvieienko Department of Local Self-Government and Development of Territories of the Odessа Polytechnic National University, Odessa, Ukraine.
  • Halyna Khavarivska Department of Public Policy and Governance, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine.
  • Tetiana Shulha Head of Postgraduate Studies, SHEI "Donbass State Pedagogical University", Slavyansk, Ukraine.
Palavras-chave: Distance education, Pandemic COVID-19, Pedagogical culture, University teachers

Resumo

The main purpose of the article is to study the features of the pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19. New trends in education that emerged at the turn of the second and third millennia, the emergence of new paradigms of education, a new system of social values and goals of education, its dialogue with human culture as its creator and subject capable of cultural self-education, stimulated a special interest in the study of the phenomenon of "pedagogical culture" and its components. The events taking place in the world as a result of the spread of the coronavirus infection COVID-19 refer to a global emergency of a nature. Of course, in these forced conditions, it is difficult for teachers to simultaneously master new methods and tools of distance learning, develop methodological support for the disciplines taught, or transform it into a digital form and immediately introduce it into the educational process. As a result of the study, the main trends in the development of modern pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19 were identified.

Biografia do Autor

Tetyana Pakhomova, Department of Local Self-Government and Development of Territories of the Odessа Polytechnic National University, Odessa, Ukraine.
Iryna Matvieienko, Department of Local Self-Government and Development of Territories of the Odessа Polytechnic National University, Odessa, Ukraine.
Halyna Khavarivska, Department of Public Policy and Governance, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine.
Tetiana Shulha, Head of Postgraduate Studies, SHEI "Donbass State Pedagogical University", Slavyansk, Ukraine.

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Publicado
2022-04-03
Como Citar
Pakhomova, T., Matvieienko, I., Khavarivska, H., & Shulha, T. (2022). Managing the pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19. Revista Tempos E Espaços Em Educação, 15(34), e17308. https://doi.org/10.20952/revtee.v15i34.17308