SHS Web Conf.
Volume 117, 2021The 2nd International Scientific and Practical Online Conference “Psychology of Giftedness and Creativity” 2020
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Reflexive and co-creative technologies for developing giftedness|
|Published online||30 July 2021|
Reflexive and project-based forms of psychological and anthropological practice of developing creativity in children
1 Moscow Pedagogical University, Institute of Childhood Department of Psychological Anthropology, Moscow, Russia
2 School 1329, Moscow, Russia
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The article deals with the possibilities of reflexive and project-based forms of anthropological practice which make it possible to create an environment for the development of the individual’s creative orientation and creativity in the context of the modern media environment. The authors focus on the design and testing of innovative technologies in the field of humanities in the rapidly changing conditions of children and adolescents who are growing up in the digital environment of the 21st century. The specific features of the media environment in terms of determining the anthropological imperative of the educational prototype are examined. Based on theoretical and practical developments, the principles of deploying such technologies in the format of educational anthropological practices are demonstrated. The authors substantiate the resource potential of co-creative forms of psychological and pedagogical anthropological practice based on the original reflexive-positional approach to the personal development of children in primary and secondary school. The emphasis is on the presentation of two reflexive-positional technologies that have proven their practical efficiency/ These technologies are based on the principles of project reflection, namely, plot and activity-based game and mediahermeneutics. The principles of creating a transformative socio-cultural educational environment that initiates the development of giftedness and creativity of children and adolescents in mediahermeneutics technologies are described in detail. The authors provide the results of a comprehensive study of the personality and creativity development among children and adolescents based on reflexive and project-based technologies of psychological and pedagogical anthropological practices to identify the relationship between the personal and creative development of children and adolescents participating in programs built using mediahermeneutics. The discussion of the results allows one to conclude that project-based and reflexive forms of anthropological practice, when properly organized, in particular using the principles of mediahermeneutics, contribute to the development of spiritual value orientations, creative focus, cognitive and aesthetic motivation and create the environment for the manifestation of adolescent giftedness.
Key words: reflexive-positional approach / anthropological practice / worldview / positionality / mediahermeneutics
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