Аннотация и ключевые слова
Аннотация (русский):
На основе разнообразной литературы по образовательным, социальным, психологическим наукам определяются условия качественной жизнедеятельности образовательного процесса, включая в первую очередь проблемы формирования нравственности, ответственности и инициативности студента, а также психического и физического его здоровья. Подлинным конечным результатом оказался факт принципиальной невозможности заменить очное или личное образование на его отстраненную, безответственную дистанционную форму. Трансформация образовательной среды через отрыв личностей друг от друга ведет не только к истощению возможностей получить качественные знания, но также к камерному одиночеству с катастрофическими последствиями для нравственного, психического и физического здоровья.

Ключевые слова:
дистанционное образование, забота, нравственность, ответственность, доверие, здоровье
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