Psychoemotional problems of participants in the educational process under martial law: from emergence to overcoming

Palamar, B.I. and Hrynevych, Liliia and Khoruzha, Liudmyla and Bratko, Mariia and Palamar, Svitlana P. and Muzyka, Olena O. and Leontieva, Inna V. (2023) Psychoemotional problems of participants in the educational process under martial law: from emergence to overcoming Wiadomości Lekarskie Medical Advances, LXXV (4). pp. 778-785. ISSN 0043-5147

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Abstract

The aim: To study the peculiarities of psycho-emotional problems and needs of the subjects of the educational process and to determine the priority areas of their psychological and pedagogical support in the conditions of martial law. Materials and methods: To update the aspects of the problem, we used the methods of analysis of normative and scientific sources, system analysis and generalizations, the results of our own empirical studies, materials of the questionnaire, to study the specifics of psycho-emotional problems and needs of the subjects of the educational process. Results: The problem of socio-psychological protection and support of all participants in the educational process in the conditions of martial law, especially children, is extremely important. Challenge for schools in Kyiv is the organization of the educational process for children who are abroad but continue to obtain general secondary education according to Ukrainian educational standards and programs. This ensures the realization of their constitutional right to education and demonstrates certain support for our citizens who do not yet have the opportunity to return to Ukraine. Conclusions: Considering the massive nature of traumatization of the population during military operations, there is a need to involve social institutions in the maintenance of public health, for which assistance to the population is not the main function, but which they can perform in these extraordinary circumstances. This can form the basis for establishing psychological and pedagogical support for war-traumatized children and adults.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: public health; consequences of war; psycho-emotional states; psycho-education; social-emotional skills
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Scopus
Divisions: Факультет економіки та управління > Кафедра управління
Depositing User: L.M. Hrynevych
Date Deposited: 29 May 2023 06:37
Last Modified: 24 Nov 2023 11:00
URI: https://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/45320

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