Educational trends 2022: essence and innovation potential

Keywords: educational trends, distance education, innovations, media education.


The paper aims to analyze the educational trends of the year 2022 and determine whether they are relevant in the future, whether they are a response to the challenges of the present. Also, attention is paid to the method of SWOT-analysis, with the help of which the strengths and vulnerabilities of distance learning are identified. The results analyze the future of distance education, in particular, special attention is paid to the experience of implementing hybrid education as a likely promising direction of further learning. Another aspect is the introduction of STEM education, media education (as a counteraction to intentional propaganda), and Education for Sustainable Development as important elements of the modern learning process in the United States and European countries. In conclusion, it is concluded that these areas of educational activities will be trends in the next decade in the recurrence of the crisis. The scientific novelty of the work consists in the fact that for the first time at the synthetic level modern educational trends were studied, their prospects and risks of use were characterized.

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Author Biographies

Tamara Gumennykova, PJSC “IAPM University” (Interregional Academy of Personnel Management), Ukraine.

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor Department of Social Sciences Danube Branch of PJSC “IAPM University” (Interregional Academy of Personnel Management), Ukraine.

Petro Ilchenko, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine.

Professor Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Faculty of Theater, Cinema and Variety Show Department of Directing and Acting Skills, Ukraine.

Olena Bazyl, Sumy State University, Ukraine.

Senior Teacher Ph.D. of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Department of Applied Mathematics and Complex System Sumy State University, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technologies, Ukraine.

Alla Ilchenko, Poltava State Agrarian University, Ukraine.

PhD (Pedagogics), Associate Professor of the Department of Humanitarian and Social Disciplines Faculty of Accounting and Finance, Poltava State Agrarian University, Ukraine.

Olena Vydrych, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine.

Assistant, Specialist, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Faculty of Musical Arts Yevhena Konovaltsia 36, Kyiv,Ukraine.


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How to Cite
Gumennykova, T., Ilchenko, P., Bazyl, O., Ilchenko, A., & Vydrych, O. (2022). Educational trends 2022: essence and innovation potential. Amazonia Investiga, 11(55), 226-233.
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