Legal Aspects of Pedagogical Education in a Digital Society Under the Implementation of the Social Function of the State
Keywords:digital society, legal aspects, social function, data protection, educational technology
Objective: The purpose of this research article is to examine legal aspects of pedagogical education in digital society and analyze how they are affected by the implementation of the social function of the state.
Method: The study is based on a review of relevant literature, legal documents, and online sources in the field of pedagogy and law. The design of the study involves a qualitative approach, with data analyzed using content analysis and thematic analysis techniques.
Result: The study explores a range of legal issues related to pedagogical education in the digital society, including privacy, data protection, copyright, intellectual property, online safety, and cybersecurity. The findings of the study reveal that the implementation of the social function of the state has significant implications for the legal aspects of pedagogical education in the digital society.
Conclusion: The study highlights the importance of legal frameworks to ensure safe, effective, and responsible use of digital technologies in pedagogical activities. The practical implications of this research are numerous, including the need for policymakers to develop and enforce legal frameworks that protect the rights of students and teachers in the digital age. The study also emphasizes the need for educators to be trained in legal issues related to digital technologies, so they can effectively navigate the changing landscape of pedagogical education in the digital society. This article provides valuable insights into the legal aspects of pedagogical education in the digital society and offers recommendations for future research and policy development in this area.
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