Students' remote learning under war conditions: the latent power of meta-skills

  • Ольга Лучанінова


The author points out that everyone has their own vision of the world, situations, and self-identification. The modern history of Ukraine is being written on the front lines, in the trenches, basements, at a virtual lesson, in the volunteers’ cars, in the office of the President of Ukraine during every briefing and speech to the people. It has almost been a month and a half of resistance, struggle, courage and victories of local significance - at the front, in the rear, in distance learning classes. The latter appears especially important for there will be a big victory soon, and the state needs smart and strong young people to restore the country. It is emphasized that after the pandemic, distance learning was tested, but in the conditions of war it acquired new features.

As an educational trend in the world, distance learning is enshrined in a number of government documents. Learning is a continuous process. Active learning and learning strategies are part of the policy of educational institutions for the future, because it is necessary to teach pupils and students who will have to change many professions as the latter will become irrelevant or unclaimed. At the same time, the main goal of distance learning during the war is not the acquisition of new knowledge, but psychological support, communication, switching the attention of children and students. It is the teacher’s responsibility to be able to reveal in students the potential for the development of meta-skills that have latent power and impact on an individual.

The author claims that it is necessary to restructure the methodology for many subjects, which implies the unconditional ability of teachers to carry knowledge to students in the right direction today, thus, developing meta-skills, or universal skills. In the article, recommendations for the use of distance learning tools and teaching methods are offered. The article focuses on the principles of sustainability in the use of digital technologies in distance learning, quality, pedagogical modeling, student-centered learning, respect for intellectual property rights, etc.

Keywords: distance learning, features of distance learning, meta-skills, student's personality, trans-skills.


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How to Cite
Лучанінова, О. (2022). Students’ remote learning under war conditions: the latent power of meta-skills. Adaptive Management: Theory and Practice. Series Pedagogics, 13(25). Retrieved from
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