The article focuses on the future teachers’ training experience for ensuring information security in the education system. The relevance of teachers’ competent training of information security in the sphere of culture formation of younger generation and ensuring protection of information infrastructure of educational institution is proved. The following phenomena: information overloads; entropy; aggressive mass and communicative influence; resocialization, virtualization; provocation and initiation of conflict situations; primitivization; vulgarization; criminalization and gamization are considered as negative in the digital society by the researchers.The results of the questionnaire among the first- and second-year Bachelor students of Institutes of Energy and Automated Systems and Humanities, Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University on questions of destructive influence of the internet information resources are given. The article highlights the methods of students’ information security competence formation in the field of internet and information security that were elaborated by the authors. The content of the subject «Information Security» is revealed, the technique and competences formations of future teachers in the sphere of ensuring information security is presented The article supplies with the examples of active methods application for information security training of future bachelors of pedagogical education.
Key words: Information security, information security in education, teachers training, ensuring information security competence, active methods of training, aggressive information environment, destructive informational content
For Reference: Chusavitina, G. N., Zerkina, N. N., & Makashova V. N. (2018). Special aspects of future teachers’ training in ensuring information security sphere for university students. Perspektivy nauki i obrazovania – Perspectives of Science and Education, 35 (5), 259-266. doi: 10.32744/pse.2018.5.29. (In Engl.)
Information about the authors:
Galina N. Chusavitina (Russia, Magnitogorsk) - Professor, PhD in Pedagogical Sciences. Head of the Department of Business Informatics and Information Technologies. Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University. E-mail: email@example.com Natalia N. Zerkina (Russia, Magnitogorsk) - Associate Professor, PhD in Philological Sciences. Head of the Department of Foreign Languages by Technical Directions. Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Vera N. Makashova (Russia, Magnitogorsk) - Associate Professor, PhD in Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Business Informatics and Information Technologies. Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University. E-mail: email@example.com