PROBLEMS OF TIME AND TIME IN THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF EDUCATION
The XXI century is a period of human progress in the field of science and technology,
which has reached the highest levels of all times. Many of the tasks that used to be done
by human hands are now being accomplished through semi- and fully robotic technology.
Not only physical functions, but also intellectual loads are being transferred to modern
technologies through artificial intelligence. At the same time, today, despite the fact that
human beings are burdened with physical and intellectual burdens, it is inversely
proportional to their upbringing. In other words, the faster the development of science
and technology, the faster the globalization, the more problems with the upbringing of
the younger generation. These include "popular culture"; "Cosmopolitanism" (the idea of
"world citizen" or "statelessness"); "Gambling addiction" ("gambling", telephone,
computer, Internet gambling disease or "disease of the century"); missionary, proselytism;
nihilism (disregard for customs, traditions and values, denial of them); starism (blind
imitation of the stars); vandalism (destruction of cultural and material monuments);
immorality (prostitution, immorality, same-sex marriages); heppining (savage openings)
can be included. It should be noted that the above educational problems are superstructure
problems, and when they are analyzed, it becomes clear that there are basic -
methodological problems under these problems. These methodological problems include
the violation of the periodicity in the theory and practice of education. This problem
arises from the fact that the theory and practice of education do not take into account
the principle of periodicity.
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