ISSN 2409-7616

E. Belyak


Ekaterina A. Belyak – master student Rostov state economic  University (Russia, Rostov-on-Don),  SPIN-код: 3375-7143, E-mail:

Abstract.  From the position of synergetic approach the article considers the situation in modern education of preschool and primary school children living in the digital world, which dictates the need for children to obtain additional knowledge, skills and abilities for the formation of their own mental space; socialization of the individual; for non-conflict existence in the “quantum world”. Digital society, which presents certain challenges for the Russian education system, imperatively and a priori requires the ability to live in an ever-changing environment: to learn new professions, to use the latest technologies, to constantly replenish and expand the range of diverse knowledge. These factors point to the need to revise existing pre-school education programmes. The answer to the challenges of our time can be the use of steam technology in the education of children of preschool and primary school age, which reveals the individuality and personal balance of the individual; develops creativity of the subject of education, prepares a person for life in new conditions.

Keywords: gamified technologies, interactive classes, project activities, didactic methods, technogenic generation.



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