Smart education in the prospective teachers' training




smart education, professional training of prospective teachers, fundamentals of smart education, principles of smart education


The article reveals the features of smart education as a leading concept in the development of professional training of future teachers. The main components of smart education, such as a smart student, smart pedagogy and smart environment were characterized. The main principles of smart education and the ideas that formed the basis of this concept of education (mobile access, formation of new knowledge, creation of a smart environment) were defined. The features of smart education were substantiated. The peculiarities of the implementation of smart education in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic and military events in Ukraine were revealed. The functions of the smart system (site management system) in the process of studying the disciplines of the pedagogical cycle, its content and technological components, and facilities of the smart complexes for students and teachers in the process of training future teachers were defined. The criteria of smart complexes (automation, sequencing, assessment, data collection in real time, self-organisation) were singled out. The distance learning systems for creating smart complexes in the process of training prospective teachers were considered. The results of students’ survey as for using smart complexes in the educational process were analyzed. Due to the results, the advantages and disadvantages of using smart technologies in educational process were determined. The ways of further research work regarding the introduction of smart education into the educational process were outlined.


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Dmitrenko, N.Y., Voloshyna, O.V., Kizim, S.S., Mnyshenko, K.V. and Nahorniak, S.V., 2023. Smart education in the prospective teachers’ training. CTE Workshop Proceedings [Online], 10, pp.414–429. Available from: [Accessed 24 May 2024].
Received 2022-10-09
Accepted 2022-12-22
Published 2023-03-21

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