Mykolayiv In-Service Teachers Training Institute. ISSN 2786-4871



Author: Vitkovska Olena Danilivna, Khozratkulova Iryna Anatoliivna
Fund: Articles
Category: Humanities
Keywords: communication; education; informational security; Internet environment; media content; media trauma; netiquette; network etiquette


Cultural behavior in the information space is a problem for a wide range of research. Ethical issues of the system of social connections and relations in the educational space during the military events in Ukraine arise especially acutely in the educational process. The article highlights the importance and role of network morality for optimal educational influence on the younger generation. The school reform directs teachers to the organization of the educational process, focusing on the value education of the younger generation. Today, there are many ambiguous questions in distance education that need to be answered. The authors of this article emphasized the need to form such competencies of the participants of the educational process that will contribute to the development of the culture of communication on the Internet. They revealed the importance of academic integrity as a significant aspect of a teacher's professional ethics. The problematic concepts of Internet etiquette include the indicator of student upbringing and the rules of cultural online interaction in the virtual world with the teacher. The peculiarity of cultural interaction is that it becomes possible under the condition of mutual trust and respect. The article proves the need for active implementation of netiquette norms in the interaction of participants in the educational environment. The high-quality practice of using digital technologies in professional activities and everyday Internet communication as a necessary skill of a modern teacher is considered. The problem of the insufficient number of educational programs for high school students, which set goals for the spiritual growth of the individual, is also analyzed. During the war, the media space was flooded with a wave of slander. Obscene phrases, which we can see every day on billboards, clothes, household items, etc., have become legalized in social networks and mass media. The complexity of the situation is that the mechanism of imitation is activated unconsciously and the children's lexicon is replenished with swear words. The article substantiates the necessity of teaching children respect for themselves and others, and it is recommended to leave profanity in the history of Russian aggression. The article examines the dangerous factors of a child's social adaptation as a result of media trauma. Attention has been drawn to the problem of preventing intrapersonal conflicts as a result of a child watching terrible media content full of cruelty, aggression and violence. During the analysis of children's behavioral reactions in recent months, the authors of the study emphasized the increase in health-preserving media content. The importance of following certain rules of Internet use by parents in the framework of preserving the mental health of their own child is indicated. Also, the authors claim that increasing the media literacy of parents is the most important aspect of modern education. In the proposed study, attention is focused on the importance of psychological and pedagogical work, which should be aimed at psychohygiene and psychoprophylaxis of emotional / digital literacy of all participants in the educational process in the Internet-environment.