The ecological system of the digital educational environment as a new definition of modern education in the view of teachers


  • Elena A. Sorokoumova Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Elena I. Cherdymova Samara State University, Samara, Russia
  • Elena B. Puchkova Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Larisa V. Temnova Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Department of Modern Sociology Lomonosov, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Maria V. Ferapontova Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia


digital education, digital products, ecology, students, teachers


Digital technologies and products are a new reality of modern education, but the degree of their influence on the ecology of the digital educational environment has not been fully studied. The article examines teachers' ideas about a new definition of education - the ecology of the digital educational environment; about the impact of digital educational products on the cognitive, personal and activity sphere of students. Implement the tasks set, an anonymous online survey of teachers of secondary schools in Moscow, the Moscow region, Voronezh, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara was conducted using the Google form. The article, based on the analysis of teachers' ideas about the ecology of the digital educational environment, risk zones and their impact on the cognitive, personal and activity spheres of students are identified; criteria for assessing the impact of digital educational products on cognitive processes, personal qualities and motivation of students learning activities are determined; indicators for each type of criteria are considered. The article shows, in the view of teachers, digital educational products have an ambivalent impact on the development of a student: they act as a resource, a means of development, and at the same time, they are risky for the development of a student.


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Sorokoumova, E. A., Cherdymova, E. I., Puchkova, E. B., Temnova, L. V., & Ferapontova, M. V. (2021). The ecological system of the digital educational environment as a new definition of modern education in the view of teachers. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S3), 1743-1756.



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