SEARCH FOR A NEW PARADIGM IN THE EDUCATIONAL` SYSTEM IN THE ERA OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES
Keywords:educational system, learning environment, state education policy, new paradigm, artificial intelligence, digital technologies, paradigm shift, challenges, opportunities
The article explores the problem of searching for a new paradigm in the education system in the era of artificial intelligence and digital technologies, the transition to the VI economic order, the formation of a list of new competencies of the 21st century, and the analysis of challenges to the education and training system. It is noted that the state and prospects for the development of the higher educational system are today among the most acutely discussed issues in every society. The requirements for knowledge and competencies are dynamically changing, and what was in demand at the beginning of the new 21st century may differ significantly from the current needs of society and the state. It becomes obvious: to be in demand, you need to study all your life. In this regard, it seems necessary to consider the basic conceptual approaches and paradigms used to analyze educational policy. The state has an objective need to predict and implement new competencies, as well as to modify existing ones. At the same time, questions arise: what educational paradigms can become the driving forces for the formation of a flexible and proactive system of lifelong learning for citizens of all ages? In conclusion, the author notes that the era of digital transformation dictates the transition to a new concept of education, there are completely new drivers and trends that form the model of education of the future, including in the context of large-scale educational experiments. The educational system is already behind the digitalization curve. It must do more to take advantage of artificial intelligence and new technologies, while addressing possible negative trends.
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