Work number - M 38 FILED
Presented Institute of Information Technologies and Learning Tools National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine.
Sukhikh Alisa Serhiivna, PhD, Junior Researcher at the Department of Cloud-Oriented Systems of Education Informatization at the Institute of Information Technologies and Learning Tools National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine.
The research is devoted to the problem of theoretical research and scientific-methodological support of health-saving use of software and hardware tools (SHT) in the educational process of basic school.
The practical significance of the results obtained is as follows: ▪ the main components of the method of basic school students’ HSCICC formation have been developed; the didactic material for training sessions to form basic school students’ HSCICC have been designed; the educational and methodological manual for teachers of secondary school “Health-Saving Use of Software and Hardware Tools in the Teaching Process of Basic School” was compiled; ▪ the educational and methodological recommendations for students of secondary schools “Health-Saving Use of Software and Hardware Tools” were compiled; ▪ the notes and recommendation for parents “Use of Software and Hardware without Damage to Health” was developed.
The theoretical and practical results of the research can be used in the educational process of GSEE, in educational and discipline work in the institutions of additional education, in institutions of higher pedagogical education, in the system of postgraduate pedagogical education, in the education and further training of teachers.
Number of publications: 30, incl. 3 monographs, 13 articles (12 of them in professional scientific editions, 1 in foreign scientific editions, 2 - indexed in Scopus and Web of Science databases), teaching aids, teaching and methodical recommendations, memo-recommendations (booklet), 11 abstracts in the collections of scientific papers and conference materials. The total number of links to author publications/h-index according to the Google Scholar database is 66/4, respectively.