• Abstract

    This article is a comprehensive review of modern pedagogical strategies in Ukrainian education from 2015 to 2023. The study includes an analysis of traditional, interactive, and individualized methods, as well as active engagement in the learning process. The analysis of different pedagogical and learning approaches confirms that there is no absolute solution for learning. It is noted that effective learning requires flexibility and a balanced approach that includes elements of traditional and innovative methods. The article highlights the dynamics of changing preferences in applying the methods and reveals their impact on academic performance and the overall development of students. The results allow us to conclude that there is a need to balance traditional and innovative approaches to ensure the quality and comprehensiveness of education in Ukraine. The study includes a thorough review of traditional, interactive, individualized, and active engagement approaches to the learning process. The interest in interactive methods and individualized approaches emphasizes the need to take into account the individual characteristics of students and their ability to learn independently. The obtained results provide an understanding of the effectiveness of these methods and their impact on academic performance and the overall development of students. The article highlights the prospects for a balanced use of different approaches that contribute to the formation of flexible and competent graduates in the modern educational environment.

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