Innovative Educational Technologies: European Experience and its Implementation in the Training of Specialists in the Context of War and Global Challenges of the 21st Century

Anastasiia Kuzmenko, Tatiana Chernova, Oksana Kravchuk, Maryna Kabysh, Tetyana Holubenko


The objective of this article is to dissect the European encounter with pioneering educational technologies in the face of the 21st century's global challenges. The methodologies employed encompass theoretical content analysis and empirical survey techniques. The outcomes underscore the core of the innovation concept in education, along with the theoretical underpinnings guiding the integration of innovations within European pedagogical frameworks. Drawing from empirical measurements, several assertions are substantiated. Notably, the significance of the learning environment emerges, alongside educators' general inclination toward embracing innovative educational approaches in contrast to traditional teaching methods. Worth highlighting is the European Union's provision of specialized programs aimed at honing proficiency in working with groundbreaking technologies via internships. In Germany, the "Promotion an Hochschulen in Deutschland" initiative is exclusively tailored to train research and instructional personnel for the country's higher education establishments. France's Sorbonne University offers dedicated courses to augment digital prowess. Correspondingly, in England, the Centre of Excellence for Teaching and Learning is dedicated to fostering the professional advancement of aspiring educators, guaranteeing their possession of pertinent proficiencies. These mobile internships for European educators have evolved into a standard practice for nurturing digital literacy. Participation in such endeavors is characteristic of contemporary European educational hubs, further propelling educators' preparedness and growth within the digital epoch. The conclusions underscore the assorted array of innovations employed by instructors, encompassing platforms, interactive whiteboards, mobile applications, and cloud services.

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