Psycholinguistic dimensions of personal interaction between subjects of educational space in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Hanna Truba Applied Linguistics Department, Odesa Mechnikov National University, Odesa, Dvoryanskast, Ukraine.
  • Yuliya Boyko Department of Germanic Languages and Law Faculty of International Relations and Law Khmelnitsky National University, Ukraine.
  • Olga Rakhimova Department of Germanic Languages and Law Faculty of International Relations and Law Khmelnitsky National University, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine.
  • Yanina Kambalova Department of Methods of Teaching Social Disciplines and Gender Education Faculty of History and Philosophy National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Kyiv, Ukraine.
  • Victoria Shevchuk Department of Psychology, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University, Ukraine.
Palavras-chave: Covid-19 pandemic conditions, Personal interaction subjects of educational space, Psycholinguistic dimensions

Resumo

The study aimed to analyze the psycholinguistic dimension of the personal interaction of the subjects of the educational space in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. For this purpose, a model was built to assess the influence of distance learning in an electronic environment or other unconscious forms on the effectiveness of school education. Through the study, the main factors influencing the effectiveness of learning at the school, class, and individual level (students, teachers, and parents) were identified and analyzed. A logical assessment framework model was created linking the resource provision of the educational distance process, organization and flow of learning processes, accessibility of the system of adaptation, and support for learning and achievement of results for students, teachers, parents, and school. The study provides an opportunity for a broader diagnosis of the effectiveness of education in the education system. It can facilitate data-driven decision-making to ensure adaptability and improve the effectiveness of the educational process to reduce inequality, ensure equal opportunities for quality education, ensure the sustainability of acquired knowledge and skills, and reduce the risk of dropping out of school in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biografia do Autor

Hanna Truba, Applied Linguistics Department, Odesa Mechnikov National University, Odesa, Dvoryanskast, Ukraine.
Yuliya Boyko, Department of Germanic Languages and Law Faculty of International Relations and Law Khmelnitsky National University, Ukraine.
Olga Rakhimova, Department of Germanic Languages and Law Faculty of International Relations and Law Khmelnitsky National University, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine.
Yanina Kambalova, Department of Methods of Teaching Social Disciplines and Gender Education Faculty of History and Philosophy National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Victoria Shevchuk, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University, Ukraine.

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Publicado
2022-05-08
Como Citar
Truba, H., Boyko, Y., Rakhimova, O., Kambalova, Y., & Shevchuk, V. (2022). Psycholinguistic dimensions of personal interaction between subjects of educational space in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Revista Tempos E Espaços Em Educação, 15(34), e17422. https://doi.org/10.20952/revtee.v15i34.17422