Ensino Primário, Ucrânia, Experiência, Métodos De Ensino Inovadores


O objetivo do estudo é analisar a experiência ucraniana da introdução de tecnologias inovadoras, de informação e digitais no processo educativo do ensino básico nas condições da invasão militar em grande escala da Rússia. O estudo foi realizado com base numa experiência em que foi possível comprovar a eficácia da utilização de tecnologias inovadoras, informáticas e digitais no ensino básico. Os resultados comprovaram os benefícios da utilização destas tecnologias no âmbito da lei marcial. Foi provado que a produtividade da aprendizagem no grupo experimental aumentou em 15%, ou seja, graças às medições das avaliações foi possível confirmar a eficácia do recurso a métodos de ensino inovadores. As conclusões indicam que a formação destas competências, à medida que a invasão russa continua, será um problema relevante para a investigação futura.


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