I. Sh. Mukhametzyanov,
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Institute of Education Management of the Russian Academy of Education 5/16, 1B Makarenko st., Moscow, 105062, Russian Federation
Scopus ID: 57190295879 TR ID: А-9424-2017
РИНЦ SPIN-код: 7717-2447, AuthorID: 612847


Introduction. The article discusses the features of the existing practice of rationing in our country and abroad, and hygienic assessment of mobile learning tools based on information and communication technologies. In our work we present an overview of the current state of Informatization of education in Russia and in the world through the prism of the use of smartphones and mobile Internet and consider the possible impact of this process on the health of students.

Methodology. Information and communication technologies used in education, mobile technical means and their possible negative effect on the health of the user, the conditions of their safe use are analyzed.

Results. The article analyzes the existing practice of using modern technical means of informatization of education and electronic educational resources. The results of the study can serve as the basis for the develop- ment of a program of safe communication in the learning process and the formation of skills for the safe use of modern educational technologies in terms of physical, mental and social well-being of students.

Conclusions. The active use of modern technologies for accessing educational resources within the framework of “digital” training will be inevitably realized with the use of mobile means of access, and, first of all, smartphones. This will inevitably lead the learning process beyond the traditional educational organi- zation and the existing safety standards for the use of modern technologies existing for traditional educa- tional organizations. Taking into account the fact that the smartphone is also a tool for identification and socialization of the learner, the negative influences on his mental and physical health caused by the learner’s dependence should be taken into account in the development of “digital” training programs.

Keywords: mobile learning, movable PCs, health-saving information and educational environment.


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