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Conference material: "Proceedings of the 4th International Conference Futurity designing. Digital reality problems (February 4-5, 2021, Moscow)"
Authors: Gromyko Yu.V., Rubtsov V.V.
The digital platform of the future school: the digital-cognitive approach against the digital-algorithmic reduction of educational practice
The paper differentiates two approaches to digitalization of the educational practice: the digital-algorithmic approach and the digital-cognitive approach. The digital-algorithmic approach puts in correspondence pupils answer with described and established rules and operations to achieve correct responses. Application of the first approach forces students to guess right operation sequence to find the right solution. The digital-cognitive approach provides a background for modeling, visualizing and making representation of thinking acts and action for school students and teacher. Realization of the second approach aims to organize the digital educational milieu of the new generation. This the digital educational milieu supports and stimulates student work to find types of operations, the operation set and the operation sequence according to students understanding of the problem and grasping the situation. The model of the thinking act that is elaborated by Vasiliy Davydov as the cell for the interdisciplinary theory of thought processes is considered to be the core for constructing a digital educational milieu of the new generation. Described forms of thinking act with increasing complexity provides organization of digital-cognitive systems in education.
the digital-algorithmic approach, the digital-cognitive approach, learning activity, teaching activity, activity content of education, the structure of thinking act, digital educational milieu of the new generation
Publication language: russian,  pages: 22 (p. 238-259)
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About authors:
  • Gromyko Yury Vyacheslavovich,,  Shiffers Institute of Advanced Studies
  • Rubtsov Vitaly Vladimirovich,,  Moscow State University of Psychology and Education