Shisharina Natalia Victorovna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Cand. Sci. (Pedag.), Assoc. Prof. of pedagogy, Irkutsk State University, nshisharina@yandex.ru, Irkutsk (Russia)

Strategies of hygienic assessment in modern education

The article presents an up-to-date overview study of hygiene assessment strategies in education, conducted on the basis of the study of scientific diversified sources. The purpose of the work is a review analysis of publications of domestic and foreign scientific literature and, on this basis, the identification of modern types of strategies for hygienic assessment in education. Methodology. The work was carried out using a descriptive and analytical method by collecting, summarizing, reviewing and cross-cultural analysis of scientific domestic and foreign literature on the studied problem. Results. Based on a scientific review of a sample of sources, the main approaches to the interpretation and definition of hygienic assessment are determined. The content and topics of research are established, taking into account the peculiarities and geography of the distribution of publications. The main types of hygienic assessment strategies are identified and presented on the basis of existing knowledge: medical-physiological, psychological-biological, socio-pedagogical, cultural-humanitarian, which are the methodological basis for preparation and decision-making in education. Conclusion. The features of the presentation of research strategies of hygienic assessment in education from the standpoint of modern practices in domestic and foreign science are summarized. The author’s contribution consists in highlighting the types of hygienic assessment strategies in education.
education, health, hygiene assessment, hygiene assessment strategies

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