The article is devoted to current pedagogical problems associated with the possible emergence of a new “digital” generation in Russian educational institutions. The analysis of a number of Western studies conducted in the second half of the 2000s, as well as studies of the mid-2010s, devoted to the “digital” generation in Russia, was carried out. The results of a study conducted in 2018 in the university and schools of one of the Russian regions are presented. An assumption is made about possible pedagogical ways of reducing the influence of the negative sides of “digitalization”.
This article analyzes the changes that have taken place in Russian institutes of culture in more than half a century since its inception. There are three historical periods in the development of institutions of this type: 1) create a network of institutes of culture throughout the country (1964-1989). 2) mass renaming of institutes of culture and expansion of the range of educational programs implemented (1990s – 2012).; 3) the period of changes in Russian higher education and the state cultural policy (since 2013).
Butsyk, Sergey V. – candidate of pedagogical Sciences, associate Professor, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Chelyabinsk State Institute of Culture and Arts, Chelyabinsk, Russia.
Examines a brief summary of humanitarian scientific-educational project “Culture and security”, which took the initiative performed at the Chelyabinsk state Institute of culture in cooperation with the Analytical center for strategic studies “SOKOL”.