Stress tolerance and features of student self-regulation during the pandemic period


  • А.И. Курманова
  • Б.Ж. Байжуманова


The coronavirus disease pandemic (COVID-19) of 2019 is a public health emergency all over the world, and in particular in our republic. This problem also poses serious questions in the context of psychological health. One of the problems is self-isolation, accompanied by intensive inclusion in the digital information environment, which has led to a deterioration in the psychological well-being of students and the emergence of stress. This article deals with the problem of a low level of stress tolerance of students during the post-COVIDtraining regime.During the coronavirus pandemic, measures were introduced around the world to stabilize the social, economic, and political spheres of life. Nevertheless, the pandemic has harmed both the way people live and their affective states. In this regard, the problem of increasing the stress resistance of students at the present stage is of particular importance.As the COVID-19 pandemic strengthens around the world, all areas of life, including daily activities, education, and economic and social sectors, have experienced significant downturns. While all subpopulations are affected by COVID-19, students are particularly vulnerable given their transition to emerging adulthood surrounded by broad future opportunities. Students are bearing a disproportionate burden ofpsychosocial illness, according to growing evidence, which can be attributed to the uncertainty surrounding the course of the pandemic and the sudden shift to online education. Stress becomes an integral part of student life and leads to violations of behavioral, emotional, cognitive, and motivational areas of activity. In addition, many businesses have reduced their recruitment efforts, leaving limited employment for students and more competition in the graduate labor market. The coronavirus infection hasforced people to stay in their homes for several months, and this is a very difficult task.Keywords:pandemic, stress, isolation, meta-resource.DOI: https://doi org/10.32523/2616-6895-2023-142-1-353-360IntroductionThe Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan introduced quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic, in connection with which educational institutions transferred the learning process to an online format in just a few days. I would like to note the forced transition to a completelynew way of learning, as well as significant changes in the usual way of life associated with the pandemic, caused a stressful situation, including participants in the educational process.According to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 84% of students studied in a distance format. At the same time, 16% studied in a mixed format. During this difficult time, the state provided laptops and Internet modems for students to study online.      




Как цитировать

Курманова A., & Байжуманова B. (2023). Stress tolerance and features of student self-regulation during the pandemic period. Вестник Евразийского национального университета имени Л.Н. Гумилева. Серия: Педагогика. Психология. Социология, 142(1), 353–360. извлечено от