Study of Methods o Teaching Digital Skills and Development of Computer Literacy Among Students


  • Li Dandan
  • Olesia Stoika
  • Nataliа Stefanyuk
  • Oksana Nefedchenko



digital skills, computer literacy, teaching methods, educational process, innovative approaches, learning effectiveness, higher education, educational platforms


Modern education is experiencing an era of digital transformation, in which the teaching of digital skills and the development of computer literacy among students become an integral part of preparing for the challenges of the modern information society. Emphasis on the integration of advanced technologies and methods in the learning process opens up new opportunities for improving the quality of education and forming key competencies in students. The purpose of the study is to analyze modern approaches to teaching digital skills and strategies for the development of computer literacy, which allow us to effectively respond to the needs of the labor market and technological changes. The article examines in detail the methods of integrating digital tools into the educational process, the impact of digitalization on educational standards, and the development of educational programs that meet modern requirements. The results of the study indicate the growth of the digital education market, the importance of adaptive learning, an interdisciplinary approach to preparing students for effective work in a digital environment. The results indicate the need for educational institutions to deeply rethink traditional teaching methods in order to create flexible and innovative learning environments that can adapt to the changing technological and social demands of the modern world. The article pays special attention to the prospects of implementing interactive and individualized learning methods that contribute to a deeper assimilation of digital competencies and prepare students to solve complex problems in the future professional life. The findings emphasize the need to develop comprehensive learning strategies with a further perspective on the development of critical thinking, creativity and the ability to quickly learn in a digital format.


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