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Shisharina N. V., Romm T. A., Podlinyaev O. L. Hygienic Assessment Innovative Educational Technologies as an Actual Pedagogical Concept. Izvestiya of Saratov University. New Series. Series: Educational Acmeology. Developmental Psychology, 2019, vol. 8, iss. 4, pp. 304-312. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18500/2304-9790-2019-8-4-304-312


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Hygienic Assessment Innovative Educational Technologies as an Actual Pedagogical Concept

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Social demand for implementation of innovative technologies in the educational process actualizes the problem of their assessment from the point of view of pedagogical safety for students’ health. The purpose of the study is theoretical and methodological argumentation of the hygienic assessment of innovative educational technologies as an urgent pedagogical notion. Presumably, hygienic assessment of innovative educational technologies can be effective if the essential characteristic of the concept of “hygienic assessment of innovative educational technologies” in educational organizations is substantiated from the standpoint of educational safety principle. The study was carried out on a sample (N = 55, age 23 – 60 years), which consisted of Master’s degree students (n = 12) majoring in pedagogy, students of continuing education courses, and teachers (n = 43) from educational institutions of Irkutsk. During the study we used the questionnaire developed by the authors, which was used to evaluate safety of educational work with schoolchildren (N. V. Shisharina, T. A. Romm, O. L. Podlinyaev). Based on the interdisciplinary approach and the principle of safety as a methodological basis of scientific research, the concepts of “safe innovative educational technologies” and “hygienic assessment of innovative educational technologies” have been identified and disclosed; parameters of innovative educational technologies’ hygienic assessment are justified, as well as indicators and criteria for their assessment; the study presents the results of a pilot study to identify factors and conditions for hygienic assessment of innovative educational technologies from the standpoint of educational safety. The essential characteristic of the concept “hygienic assessment of innovative educational technologies” is described in educational organizations from the standpoint of the safety principle as the main essential characteristic of hygiene. The parameters, indicators and safety criteria of innovative educational technologies have been singled out and described. The results of the study can be implemented in the work of administration and teachers of educational institutions.

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