Mechanisms for managing the processes of digital transformation of the school: development of digital competencies of teachers


Problem statement. The results of a pilot project on the introduction of a structural-functional model for managing the process of developing digital competencies of teachers as an intra-school system of advanced training with a focus on professional deficits in the field of digital competencies of teachers and target methodological support are discussed. The goal of the project is to increase the level of digital competencies of teachers to modernize the educational process of a modern school, change pedagogical practices and learning formats. The project is intended for secondary schools implementing digital transformation scenarios. Methodology. The study of the deficits of digital competencies of teachers was carried out on the basis of SAMR tools and monitoring of digital transformation, the analysis of educational resources of digital platforms, learning formats for building programs for the development of digital competencies. Results. The obtained empirical data on the approbation of management technologies based on data is discussed. The classification of the resources necessary for the project implementation is given, the key performance indicators are determined, the mechanisms for the implementation of the project are shown. Conclusion. Practical experience in modeling the processes of managing the development of digital competencies of teachers can be used by the heads of educational organizations, education authorities to design digital transformation projects and programs, expand the practice of using digital tools by teachers, and accelerate the dynamics of digitalization processes in educational organizations.

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Tatiana E. Khochenkova

Lyceum No. 4

Author for correspondence.
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-3532-6102

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, teacher

49 Sobornaya Ploshchad, Ryazan, 390000, Russian Federation


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