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Fedorova N.P., Voroshilova I.S., Mazurenko E.A., Snimshchikova O.A., Ivanova N.G. Improving safety of the educational process by using health-saving technologies

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.6.p377-381
Improving safety of the educational process by using health-saving technologies
Natalya Petrovna Fedorova, the senior teacher, Irina Sergeevna Voroshilova, the senior teacher, Evgeny Anatolyevich Mazurenko, the senior teacher, Olga Aleksandrovna Snimshchikova, the teacher, Natalia Gennadyevna Ivanova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Kuban State Technological University, Krasnodar

Modern dynamically developing society poses complex problems for the educational institutions, the solution of which is possible only on the basis of the systematic approach of the science and education. University science, along with education, focuses on the practical use of the results of intellectual activity aimed at creating the safe educational environment. Ensuring security conditions largely depends on the equipment of educational facilities with modern technical means that create conditions for maintaining the health of students. As a result of the studies conducted by A.P. Goltsov, N.G. Ivanova, A.A. Alekseeva et al. the effectiveness of the device to maintain proper posture has been proven (patent No. 2081646). In just one month of using the simulators in one school, 94%, and in another 80% of students learned how to keep their back straight and maintain the necessary distance from 30 to 35 cm from the table to the eyes.
Keywords: task, science, education, security, development, information, object, novelty, solution, assessment, health.
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