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Title

The Mobile Technopark Quantorium as a Leading Mechanism for Education Digitalization in Rural Russian Areas

Author

Natalya N. Novikova and Andrey B. Konov

Citation

Vol. 22  No. 9  pp. 649-656

Abstract

The Russian modern education system in the context of active digitalization is saturated with high-tech equipment and advanced models of education. By virtue of the state policy, the processes of creating various types of innovative educational centres have been launched. The article examines the problem of organizing affordable school education in the field of digitalization, knowledge-intensive and high-tech industries of the Russian economy. The innovative educational centres of the system of extracurricular education (the child development centre House of Scientific Collaboration, the centre for technical creativity of children Quantorium, the centre for digital education of children IT-Cube, the centre for the education of digital and humanitarian profiles Growth Point, the mobile technopark Quantorium) are described. The objective of this study is to determine the role of the mobile technopark Quantorium in creating conditions for bridging the “digital divide” and organizing affordable digital education for schoolchildren in rural areas. The challenges and opportunities of the development of the educational system digitalization in Russian rural areas are reviewed. The organizational, technical and pedagogical conditions for educational process realization in rural schools based on a mobile technopark are disclosed. The practical significance of the study lies in the possibility of using the data obtained to improve the learning processes of schoolchildren in the context of digital transformation and the development of modern technologies.

Keywords

digital transformation of education, “digital divide”, digital educational environment, innovative educational centre, mobile technopark Quantorium.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202209/20220985.pdf