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, confirms the effectiveness of their usage in the contemporary conditions of training. In simple terms, students can more easily understand and memorize the material they have studied through active involvement in the learning process. Based on this, today, the main methodological innovations are associated with interactive teaching technologies.
In modern psycholinguistics and social psychology, communicative activity becomes the key object of study. There are new psychological and pedagogical theories, which emphasize people’s social interaction and
this, it is possible and it is necessary to apply all available technological innovations and achievements of various fields [ 24 ].
But, on the other hand, there is a dangerous trend connected with the fact that innovative digital technologies will reformat the very nature of students, will bring them to entirely different system of values, will rebuild and format new worldview. It is necessary to understand that it is a matter of dismantling education system, because now a system filling a person with certain competences is being introduced instead of education