Main Article Content
Safety, education, educational environment, interaction, behaviour
Purpose of the study: The main task of this research is to analyze the scientific points of view on a safe educational environment.
Methodology: When writing this scientific work, an analysis was conducted of various sources (scientific monographs and publications) on the topic of creating a safe educational environment. Such methods as analysis and synthesis were used, a systematic approach to data analysis was also applied.
Main Findings: The pedagogical reflection of safety is focused on the problem of providing safe conditions for the reproduction of a viable generation, which actualizes the need for the special design of a safe educational environment for students and the preparation of bachelors of education in this direction. The need to design an educational environment to ensure the safety of students stems from their lack of ability to ensure personal safety and the targeted educational priorities in reproducing a viable generation.
Novelty/Originality of this study: The design of a safe educational environment in its turn is regarded as a special creation of opportunities for human self-development, which involves the introduction of innovations in the organization of the educational process to minimize risks to physical, mental and social well-being, as well as to ensure the quality of education.
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