Implementation of Innovative Educational Technologies in the Training of Specialists in Pedagogy and Psychology (European Experience)

Kateryna Kruty, Larysa Zdanevych, Leonida Pisotska, Iryna Desnova, Tetіana Molnar


The modern development of educational services market dictates new rules for the use of technologies in education. The purpose of the article is to analyse the introduction of innovative educational technologies into the system of training specialists in pedagogy and psychology based on available European experience. For its implementation, the methods of comparative analysis, concretisation, and generalisation were used. They facilitated the task of characterising the key features of the organisation of innovative educational space on the example of the activities of modern universities in EU countries. In the results, the general principles of transformations in the training of specialists in pedagogy and psychology were analysed, the definition of innovative technologies in the modern understanding of their use in personnel training is given. The experience of teaching and using innovative technologies in Latvia, Romania, and Germany, France (Sorbonne University, University of Karlsruhe, University of Latvia and others) is summarized. One emphasises on the importance of using this experience, which enables students of higher education learning independently, to accumulate knowledge in a non-traditional way by using information and communication technologies and other innovative methods. Important for future use are projects on improving students' multimodal writing practice skills, developing their research skills using modern media libraries and open access informational didactic materials. In the conclusions, it is determined that outside the EU, the system of training specialists and openness to the perception of reforms need further improvement.

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