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PEDAGOGICAL PLANNING AS A WAY OF CREATIVE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL AREA
Kurina Vera Alekseevna, Doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, sub-department of pedagogy and psychology, director of the Institute of culture science and social-cultural technologies, Samara State Academy of Culture and Arts (167 Frunze street, Samara, Russia), email@example.com
Background. The teacher’s skill to create the educational area providing comfortable conditions for communication and creative work is essential for improving students’ training in the modern system of professional education. This is one of the most effective ways for creating the subject-subject relationship in the educational process. The research goal is to analyze the pedagogical planning in the system of higher professional education taking into account the communication of summarizing various works regarding pedagogical planning and realization of communication in the educational area. The aforesaid works were taken from Samara region library, in the library of Samara State academy of Culture and arts and also in the author’s private library. The articles on the visual culture between the participants of the educational process play a very important role. The methodological potential includes the theoretical analysis, that helps to compare pedagocial planning among the teachers of higher education; observation that helps to improve pedagogical planning in the system of higher education in accordance with the up-to-date students’ training process.
planning, pedagogical area, space, pedagogical creativity, communication, visualization, didactic means, subjects of education.
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