ISSN 2409-7616

L. Bykasova, V. Podberezny, R. Zarubina



Larisa V. Bykasova – Doctor of Education, Professor of Rostov State Economic University , Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation, SPIN code: 2544-6452, ORCID: 0000-0003-4866-1222, E-mail:

Vladimir V. Podberezny – Candidate of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of Rostov State Economic University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation., SPIN-code: 3736-0735, ORCID: 0000-0002-1590-1931, E-mail:

Rimma V. Zarubina – Candidate of pedagogical Sciences, associate Professor of Rostov State Economic University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation, SPIN-code: 9905-7603, ORCID: 0000-0002-9494-7259, E-mail:

Abstract.  From the essential approach position, the modern educational organization formation and performance are considered in the article as a scientific- educational, learning, socio-cultural object that meets the society requests; the modern teacher education priorities and development directions are determined; the development of the modern pedagogical knowledge prospects is emerged, which are formed under the new education paradigm conditions, which are characterized by digitalization, networking, distance transmission of information, the subject’s generation of all possible alternatives to reveal individual’s personal balance; the research process dynamics and methodological optics of a modern university is analyzed; the rational use of the teacher education available resources is discussed; the methodological practice and ways of the new practices subsequent multiplication in university education the system are reflected; the factors, affecting a modern subject education quality are established; the degree of the mediated product influence on the modern teacher university educational strategy implementation is determined; the training and educational tools of the marketable specialist are investigated; an approach is implemented that identifies a modern student in his/her development, which helps to determine the pedagogical matter motion state, to recreate a coherent picture of the available stocks and funds, necessary for the individual’s education at the qualitative. 

Keywords: flexible management, didactic potential, artificial environment, media, education system development.



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For citation:

Bykasova L.V., Podberezny V.V., Zarubina R.V. Modern education upgrade. CITISE, 2020, no. 1, pp. 474-481. DOI: