• Abstract

    The purpose of the article is to study the digital approach in pedagogy and psychology of the future, to characterise the main trends and globalisation challenges that will accompany this process in the future. The scientific research methods used for the study are survey (with a coverage of 300 people), analysis, synthesis. Descriptive statistics, correlation and thematic analysis were used to summarise the quantitative results. The results of the study indicate that significant transformations are observed at the level of interaction between mentors and students, in the process of shaping the content of education and using tools for knowledge transfer. Until now, the focus of digital technologies has been on the interaction between teachers and students, but in the modern context, this approach has evolved into comprehensive horizontal communication within the educational community. The results of the study confirm that the use of digital tools is a productive and useful measure, which is recognised by most respondents. At the same time, a significant number of respondents use digital tools on a regular basis, even daily or several times a week. This indicates a high level of integration of digital technologies into the work of teachers and psychologists in general. It is important to note that, unlike European and American colleagues who actively introduce elements of artificial intelligence into the educational process and activities of psychologists, Ukrainian respondents mainly focus on the use of online platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Moodle, Google Classroom, etc. This is in line with current trends in assessing the impact of digitalisation on the professional activities of teachers and psychologists. The conclusions indicate that it is equally important to further develop research in the direction of using foreign experience that actively implements the capabilities of artificial intelligence.

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Zhylin, M., Tormanova , A., Poplavska, Y., Chernov , M. M., & Druz , O. (2024). Study of digital approach in education and psychology among selected users in Ukraine. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6, 2023spe007. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023spe007
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