Innovative Technologies: Digitalisation of Education

Bakytgul Moldagali, Bibigul Mynbaevna Sultanova, Nagima Khabdrashitovna Akhtayeva, Assem Suleimenova, Shyryn Akimbekova


This study addresses the issue of integrating cutting-edge technologies into the educational process in order to enable the development of a new digital type of educational service in schools. To that end, it establishes a framework for integrating cutting-edge technology into digital learning in classrooms. The method involves diagnosing motivational induction, created by J. Nuttin. This method aims to identify the visibility of a personal perspective within a coming day, week, month, or year, enabling one to understand motivational aspirations, goals, desires, and dreams. The study includes structuring a model of cutting-edge technologies in learning. It promotes intellectual growth, fosters cultural and aesthetic qualities, boosts self-esteem, creates a model of cultural behavior, and aids in developing creative and respectful socialization skills in the classroom. It also helps increase interest and motivation in the educational process. Therefore, the study addresses the help of innovative technologies models related to aesthetic behavior in different places and aspects of changing personal image during the interactive dressing of clothing models. These models are superimposed on photos by fitting accessories and changing hairstyles against the background to fulfill personal goals. These goals depend on the aspirations of visiting different social objects and achieving a certain social status at the theoretical and virtual levels. This paradigm for digital education allows for the recognition of one's best attributes and the development of strong self-esteem by emphasizing the possibility of achieving one's highest ambitions. This movement creates a cultural and aesthetic model of individual perception and the evolution of cultural behavior in diverse public settings, which has practical implications for the entire educational system and the well-being of society.


Educational system; value creation; educational landscape; digital literacy; teacher education; innovative technologies in language education

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