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Historical and pedagogical aspects of formation of modern educational system for student youth in informational confrontation


The study of the historical and pedagogical aspects of the problem of the formation of the modern educational system for students in informational confrontation aims to identify its existential content characteristics associated with the conduct of modern mental warfare, as well as to develop recommendations for the implementation of subject-subject interaction that ensures the development of the paradigmatic worldview of students in the educational process of universities, their moral and psychological resistance to the impact of the tools of information and psychological impact of mental warfare. To conduct the research, it is advisable to use paradigmatic, axiological and subject-activity private-scientific methodological approaches combined with a general methodological system approach. The practical significance of the research results lies not only in the fact that it focuses on the necessity and possibility of using the historical material of information wars in the educational process, but also substantiates the importance of developing and implementing subject-oriented technologies in the context of the modern system of semantic education. The expected social consequences of the practical use of the research results in the educational process of universities will be the readiness of students for the informational and psychological impact of the tools of mental warfare, moral and psychological stability in its purposeful destructive influence. The originality of the study of the current issues of the formation of the education system in “paradigm shift”, the results of which are presented in this article, is determined not only by the choice of insufficiently studied historical and pedagogical aspects, but also by the results obtained in the process of its implementation, which are important for the pedagogical theory and practice of the organization of the education of students in the conditions of the existential influence of factors of modern informational confrontations.


modern education system; student youth; informational confrontation; subject-oriented technology

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