Mariia Gladun, Dariya Nastas, Svitlana Spivak


The article is devoted to the issue of formation and increasing digital competence of future primary school teachers. The article addresses the issue of the implementation of blended learning in higher education, analysis methods and software applications with which scientific and teaching staff engaged in educational activities. The characteristic features and needs of the new generation Z have been determined, the concepts of macro, meso and micro trends in European education have been analyzed. The authors discovered the meaning of Personal learning environment (PLE), substantiated the idea that giving students the opportunity to work in a qualitatively formed e-environment will allow them to acquire professional and soft-skills for later life, create their own e-portfolio, manage their own educational formal and informal learning process throughout life. There are highlighted and described the characteristic features of informal learning in the article. The emphasis in the work is on the personalization of educational trajectories of students, thanks to PLE tools. The use of ICT, in particular, network services, allows us to create the appropriate pedagogical and technological basis for the maintenance of modern informational systems of educational purposes, which are the priority in the basis of any educational process, the formation of digital competence, and the effective organization of the educational environment of an educational institution






personal learning environment; social network services; virtual educational environment in high school; modern educational trends; digital competence; formal and informal learning

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