Cognitive Technologies in Pedagogical and Natural Science Training for Future Psychologists in Post-Pandemic Education


  • Valentyna Bilyk National Pedagogial Dragomanov
  • Olena Matvienko National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
  • Oksana Zinko National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
  • Solomiia Hanushchyn Lviv State University of Internal Affairs
  • Kateryna Vasylenko National Pedagogical Dragomanov University



professional training, future psychologists, cognitive psychology, pedagogical aspect, professional preparedness, speech training, communicative culture, post-pandemic education


In conditions of post-pandemic reality, the creation of optimal psychological and pedagogical conditions for the formation of future specialists, raising the level of their professional training, socialization and adaptation to work in the work collective requires appropriate psychological support, the development of cognitive and psychological support technologies for the constructive implementation of practical social psychological assistance in the pedagogical process, as well as the use of modern cognitive-psychological approaches by teachers, the development of psychological recommendations on the style of pedagogical impact and the like.

The article highlights the important socio-psychological conditions for preparing a future teacher for socio-pedagogical activity in the context of post-pandemic realities. The necessity of using cognitive psychology technologies in the process of forming professionally speaking competencies of future psychologists and their speech culture in the process of professional speech training is substantiated. The technologies and conditions for the organization of the pedagogical process for the preparation of future practical psychologists who have undergone changes as a result of recent events related to the implementation of the educational process in a remote mode are described. The structure of the seminar on the basics of speech competence of a psychologist is presented as a result of using a dialogical approach in the system of professional training at a university.

In our opinion, the materials in this article will be of interest to educators, practical psychologists, and social educators of the vocational education system, since they will help not only better understand the psychological characteristics of the professional and personal development of future specialists, but also constructively solve the urgent problems of their professional training.


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How to Cite

Bilyk, V., Matvienko, O., Zinko, O., Hanushchyn, S., & Vasylenko, K. (2021). Cognitive Technologies in Pedagogical and Natural Science Training for Future Psychologists in Post-Pandemic Education. Postmodern Openings, 12(1Sup1), 323-334.



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