Modeling educational process optimization in the development of individual creativity by extending modality skills of the learners
Keywords:creativity enhancement, expansion of modal experience, information states, patterns of internal representation, modality of educational signals Introduction
AbstractIn the paper, model for time optimization of educational process for the purposes of creativity enhancement in the course of learning by students of educational subjects is considered. Creativity enhancement is supposed to be achieved by means of expansion of trainee psycho physiological base, that is, by means of the maximum variety of educational signals modality. The optimization problem is solved in general by creation of the model based on information states and according to the principles of forms synergy for information support of educational process and optimum time balance minimum necessary for significant increase of trainee creativity. The solution of optimization problem makes it possible to estimate a variety of educational signals modality for educational and methodical guidelines, their completeness within the educational module, to find variants of time budget for various pedagogic forms and methods for application in educational process.
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