ESTABLISHING EXPLORING SKILLS IN 9-10-YEAR-OLD PUPILS IN THE PROCESS OF STUDYING OF NATURE
Published: 4 Sep 2014
Abstract: This article studies the significance of students’ exploration activity and position nowadays and their share in the personal intellectual-creative potential. It outlines the psychological conditions for the optimum perception in training and the prerequisites for the active studying through trial and experience in dealings with nature as an inexhaustible source of children’s observations and experiments. The focus is put on the priority of inter-subject relationships in creating the general picture of nature. The particular educational borderlines of exploration behaviour are outlined.
Keywords: explorer’s skills, exploring activity, nature, experiment, observation, man and nature
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