Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Title: Development of Creative Thinking of Secondary School Pupils at Physical Cultural Lessons in Ukraine: Realities and Perspectives
Authors: OmelyanenkoI, Inna
Naumchuk, Volodymyr
Stepanyuk, Alla
Omelyanenko, Volodymyr
Grabyk, Nadiia
Yaroslav, Bodnar
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Development of Creative Thinking of Secondary School Pupils at Physical Cultural Lessons in Ukraine: Realities and Perspectives / I. Omelyanenko et al. // International journal of applied exercise physiology. Mazandaran : ESSA, 2020. Vol. 9, issue 6. P. 140-148.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: EESA
Keywords: Schoolchildren
Physical Education
Creative Thinking
Pedagogical Strategy
Abstract: ract The article deals methods of development of creative thinking of pupils of the secondary school at classes of physical training have been offered. Its specific character lies in provision of stadiality characterized by the following features: each subsequent stage of development of creative thinking is a qualitatively new way of interaction with objects and subjects of pedagogical influence; the stages form both an invariant sequence and certain variational structures that are admitted; each stage is a hierarchical formation, since it integrates the methods of interaction of subjects, characteristic of the previous stages, and includes them in a more differentiated structure of the individual; passing from one stage of development to another, pupils are confronted with manifestations of problems that prompt them to seek a more perfect way of solving them. The experimental method involves three stages: basic, productive and creative. The purpose of the basic stage is the formation of the basis for development of creative thinking of adolescents at the classes of physical culture. Pedagogical activity within its limits is directed at the development of cognitive abilities that determine creative thinking (attention, memory, imagination) and formation of the base of movements and motor activities of pupils of the main school to create opportunities for realization of creative ideas by means of motor activity. The purpose of the productive stage is to improve the perfection of its main characteristics: independence, flexibility and divergent thinking. The goal of the creative phase is to improve the pupils' ability to produce new ideas through non-standard ways of solving motor tasks and combining motor skills for creation of new product activities.
Appears in Collections:Статті

Files in This Item:
File Description SizeFormat 

Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.