• Samira Hasanova Odlar Yurdu University, Chair of Languages, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Ulviyya Nasirova Odlar Yurdu University, Chair of Languages, Baku, Azerbaijan


modern education, digital technology, knowledge, development, technological changes


The article is devoted to the contradictory trends in the development of modern education in different countries, the features of education and values, which are associated with the traditions of education and upbringing, that are characterized by new values and contradictions, determined by the rapid changes in the modern world. The given research also discusses how the change in the activities of educational systems in the context of the pandemic has influenced the increased use of digital technologies.

Knowledge and skills today are increasingly becoming the key to a prosperous and fruitful future. Around the world, the demand for secondary and higher education is growing rapidly. All these circumstances have made the problem of education the center of controversy and analysis everywhere. Globalization, the increased role of knowledge as the main driver of economic development and the resulting technological changes in the workplace dictate the need for highly skilled workers, and all this together puts additional pressure on governments to modernize and rebuild education systems so that graduates are better prepared both for work and for further training. The transformation of the education sector is taking place under the influence of new technologies and human practices that change the social order. As a result, due to the fact that national education systems are diverse in their structure and content of educational programs, it can be difficult to compare the achievements of different countries and track their progress towards goals at the national and international levels.




How to Cite

Samira Hasanova, & Ulviyya Nasirova. (2022). DISTANCE EDUCATION IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. ICIDR INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH, 1(3). Retrieved from http://icidr.com/Journal/index.php/2/article/view/34