Author (s): Tretiak O.S., Chebonenko S.O.

Work place:


Tretiak O.S.,

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor,

Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Methods of Teaching History and Social Disciplines,

T. H. Shevchenko National University “Chernihiv Colehium”

named after T. G. Shevchenko

(Polubotka Street, 53, Chernihiv, 14013, Ukraine)

ORCID: 0000-0001-6124-2597;


Chebonenko S.O.,

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences,

Associate Professor, Head’s assistant,

State Higher Education Institution “University of Educational Management”

(Sichovyh Striltsiv Street, 52A, Kyiv,04053, Ukraine)

ORCID: 0000-0002-5049-6556


Language: Ukrainian

Scientific Herald of Sivershchyna. Series: Education. Social and Behavioural Sciences 2024. № 1 (12): 294–307


The article examines the use of educational approaches, digital technologies, software products and sources of information support for the study of the educational discipline “Psychology” in modern conditions.

The purpose of the article is to review the resources for ensuring the study of the educational discipline “Psychology” and to systematize approaches that contribute to the organization of the development of  individual educational trajectory of higher education students.

Methodology of the article. The use of distance learning tools that ensure the development of communicative, analytical, leadership and other competencies of higher education seekers is considered. Approaches that contribute to the formation of the individual educational trajectory of a higher education students are disclosed. It has been established that practical, individual creative tasks, methodical and didactic materials, as well as where they are placed and how current and final knowledge and skills testing is organized, influence the effectiveness of the educational process in remote mode. Ways to liquidate current debt (crediting the results of non-formal education, participating in extracurricular activities, etc.) are demonstrated. Achieving program learning outcomes during the study of the academic discipline “Psychology” is presented through the introduction of interactive methods and technologies, cases, videos, presentations, including the organization of independent work.

The results. Resources presented affect the formation of the individual educational trajectory of higher education seekers through: providing them with opportunities to choose the topic of qualification and coursepaper according to individual interests; implementation of academic mobility; organization of independent work using modern educational approaches, digital technologies, software products and sources of information support; completion of pre-diploma practice in accordance with individual professional interests and requests of stakeholders; participation in scientific and practical conferences, round tables, forums, open lectures, webinars. It has been proven that the placement of methodical and didactic materials in Google Classroom or Google Drive with shared access, the organization of discussions in practical classes, which affects the development of analytical, communicative, and diagnostic competencies, is effective in the process of studying psychology.

The practical significance of the obtained results is that it allows to use the necessary resources for the formation of the individual learning trajectory of higher education students during the study of the educational discipline “Psychology”, taking into account the problems caused by the martial law.

Key words: distance learning tools, program learning outcomes, liquidation of current debt, knowledge and skill testing, independent work, stakeholders.


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