E-Learning Technologies for Future Teachers: Introduction of Educational Innovations in Higher School Practice


  • Andrii Lytvynov Oleksandr Dovzhenko Hlukhiv National Pedagogical University
  • Yana Topolnyk SHEE «Donbas State Pedagogical University»
  • Larisa Chumak Communal Higher Educational Establishment «Kherson Academy of Continuing Education» of Kherson Regional Council
  • Nataliia Prykhodkina State Institution of Higher Education «University of Educational Management» of National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
  • Larysa Antoniuk Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University
  • Svitlana Kramska Sumy Makarenko State Pedagogical University




Specialists in pedagogical specialties, improvement of the educational process, information technologies, gamification of the educational process, mobile learning, virtual reality, cloud-oriented systems


Mass introduction of e-learning in the higher education system due to spread of the pandemic has led to a search for effective information technologies and their adaptation, taking into account peculiarities of professional training of specialists in a particular field of knowledge. Based on the theoretical analysis, the conditions for ensuring professional growth of higher education teachers in accordance with the requirements of innovative development of society (improvement of professional education, continuing professional development, introduction of innovative pedagogical technologies, etc.) are established. Peculiarities of e-learning of specialists of pedagogical specialties and its functions in the process of their professional training are determined. The content of the concept of “e-learning” and ways to ensure its effectiveness (scientifically sound selection of the content of training courses, creation of discussion groups, feedback and online counselling).Innovative technologies of e-learning in the practice of higher education (gamification of the training process, use of cloud-based systems, information systems of intellectual teaching, mobile learning technologies, as well as virtual and augmented reality) are characterized. Their advantages, disadvantages and possibilities of introduction into the system of professional training of future teachers are determined. Creation of a model of continuous distance learning for high school teachers and experimental verification of its effectiveness seem promising.


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How to Cite

Lytvynov, A., Topolnyk, Y., Chumak, L., Prykhodkina, N., Antoniuk, L., & Kramska, S. (2022). E-Learning Technologies for Future Teachers: Introduction of Educational Innovations in Higher School Practice. BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, 13(1Sup1), 403-421. https://doi.org/10.18662/brain/13.1Sup1/327

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