Developing Independent Creativity in Pupils: Neuroscientific Discourse and Ukraine’s Experience

Tetiana BERBETS, Vitalii BERBETS, Inna BABII, Olga CHYRVA, Andrii MALYKHIN, Liliia SUSHENTSEVA, Serhii MEDYNSKII, Olha RIABOSHAPKA, Tetiana MATVIICHUK, Valeriy SOLOVYOV, Iryna MAKSYMCHUK, Borys MAKSYMCHUK

Abstract


The article deals with the process of updating the content and methods of technological training. The latter aims to form pupils’ skills of independent creativity and educational and handicraft activities, which act as the means of improving education quality. The international relevance of the article lies in the objectification of Ukraine’s experience, which can be used in the post-Soviet countries, given that these countries follow conservative principles in planning and implementing educational content. The article proves that the effectiveness of developing pupils’ experience of independent creativity during handicraft and technology lessons is determined by the following organizational and methodological conditions: comprehending the need for independent creativity; developing pupils’ positive motivation towards independent creative handicraft and technology activities; improving educational and methodological support; using innovative pedagogical technologies and information and communication technologies. The article summarizes research findings of certain Ukrainian and foreign researchers, which adds up to the generalized contribution of its authors.


Keywords


educational and handicraft activities, technological training, situations of success, workbook, game technologies

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