Tihomirova Elena Viktorovna
Кандидат психологических наук, associate Professor of Social Psychology, Kostroma State University (named after) N. A. Nekrasov, tichomirowa82@mail.ru, Kostroma
Samokhvalova Anna Gennadievna
Доктор психологических наук, Director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, Kostroma State University, a_samohvalova@ksu.edu.ru, Kostroma
Kirpichnik Anatoly Grigorievich
Кандидат психологических наук, Prof. Department of General and Social Psychology, Kostroma State University, kag1950@mail.ru, Kostroma
Dolotova Daria Andreevna
Undergraduate 2 course, Kostroma State University, nomail@no.no, Kostroma

Modern Technology of Education: Support Points of Discussion

The problem of technologization of education today is particularly acute. It is updated by the context of the emerging contradiction in the practice of education between the awareness of the pedagogical community of the need for personality-oriented education, which allows to take into account individual interests and reveal the potentials of each child on the one hand, and the current trend of standardization of education on the other hand. The article describes the pivotal points of discussion that have emerged in modern theory and practice of education, striving to meet the trends of the world, to which we refer the orientation to Western technologies and traditions of education, digitalization of education, retaining a balance between hard algorithmization and personification of technologies, the need to determine the choice of technologies methodical approach to education, the question of the terminological certainty of technology education. The most popular technologies for modern youth upbringing are described: flash mob organizations and project activities. The results of a pilot study devoted to the problem of perception of a flash mob by young people who take an active part in the life of the nearest micro-society are presented and described. The conclusion is made about the ambivalent attitude of young men and women to the flash mob technology: both the potential and the costs of the flash mob are noted. The results of our research suggest that modern educational technologies have acmeological potential and contribute to self-realization in adolescence, but with respect for the ethical foundations and humanistic principles of education.
upbringing, technology, technologization of upbringing, complicity, Russian school movement

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