GLOBAL TRENDS IN EDUCATION THROUGH THE EYES OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
Taisia Bukina1*, Liliya Malakhova2, Elena Novgogrodova3, Elena Nelyubina4
1Assoc. Prof., Kazan Federal University, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
2Assoc. Prof., Kazan State Institute of Culture, Russia, email@example.com
3Assoc. Prof., Kazan State Institute of Culture, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
4Assoc. Prof., Kazan Branch of The Russian State University of Justice, Russia, email@example.com
The modern system of education should be quickly adapting to an environment of high uncertainty and fast changes. That’s why nowadays there are a lot of new approaches to teaching, learning and assessment for a new world. A group of academics at the Institute of Educational Technology in The Open University, UK, in collaboration with researchers from the Open University of Catalonia, Spain presented their tenth annual report to propose another set of innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education. They performed 10 trends in education. They are Hybrid models, Dual learning scenarios, Pedagogies of microcredentials, Pedagogy of autonomy, Watch parties, Influencer-led education, Pedagogies of the home, Pedagogy of discomfort, Wellbeing education and Walk-and-talk. All these trends seem to be of great importance because they are not just about the wider use of digital tools, but also stronger attention to mental well-being and social interactions. We approached teachers and students of three significant educational institutions in Tatarstan, asking them to study these global trends and name the most prospective ones and, those that are less relevant for the country. As a result, we received comments on the global trends from 300 participants.
The aim of our study is to reveal teachers and students point of view on global trends of education and determine the most and less prospective ones for the Republic of Tatarstan.
The research methods – analysis of global trends in education, a survey to collect feedback from teachers and students; statistical methods for processing the obtained data. The study took place in September 2022 in groups of students and teachers of Kazan Federal University, Kazan Branch of the Russian State University of Justice and Kazan State Institute of Culture.
The results – the participants of the survey determined Hybrid models, Dual learning scenarios as the most prospective trends in education. Pedagogy of autonomy and Walk-and-talk seem to be the least prospective ones.
Keywords: innovation, global trend, hybrid learning, approach, survey
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