The article deals with the formation of a new educational paradigm of socio-cultural development of Ukraine in the new historical discourse. Nowadays it is impossible to determine a single determinant of the development of human society. In the system of humanities there are different concepts of the determining factors of social development, but, according to the authors, the priority place in the formation of a new system of social relations and global development is occupied by socio-cultural factors. This problem is becoming increasingly important and requires serious socio-empirical research and scientific analysis. The article is an attempt to substantiate the need to define a new paradigm in education, caused by the factors of socio-cultural development, even in the most difficult period for Ukraine. The article identifies the socio-cultural determinants of the educational paradigm in modern Ukrainian realities. Social being and processes of culture formation are in dialectical unity. Evidence of this unity is the presence of social determinants in culture. Among the main factors that influence its development is heredity, that is, the connection of generations. That is why socio-cultural factors play a leading role in the overall impact on the development of society and the management system in particular. The main features of the project of socio-cultural development of Ukrainian society include: creation of the Institute of Science; emergence of an "intermediate environment" and qualitative change of the educational institution itself. Educational innovations have become especially relevant since the beginning of the large-scale war unleashed by the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine. The functioning of the education system under martial law is characterized by an intensive search for new approaches to education, innovative forms of organization of the educational process, effective pedagogical and information technologies. For example, students from all over Ukraine who have access to the Internet can use the materials of the school "Optima" after registration, the team of the online school "Grand Expo" has opened access to 532 case lessons for the period of martial law in Ukraine, the Center for Distance Education "A+" conducts lessons in ZOOM for all children of Ukraine. In wartime, it is also important to create a protected educational environment and organize the educational process, especially for those children who have suffered psychological trauma. For the modern Ukrainian society, higher education is determined as the foundation of personal development, a priority area of state policy, so it is not accidental that scientists are interested in the study of various aspects of the functioning of higher education. From the point of view of socio-cultural planning, higher education should be considered as a project aimed at shaping the worldview of the individual, equipping him/her with knowledge, educating a patriot and citizen of the state. And since these strategic tasks are a contribution to the future, the future of the people and culture will depend on their implementation. Under the influence of the processes of socio-cultural transformations, scientific knowledge should become a tool that will allow to respond decisively to the modern challenges of society. And it will become a solid foundation for further development and prosperity of Ukraine in the world.
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socio-cultural determinant, educational paradigm, historical discourse, socio-cultural development, war in Ukraine
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