Development Of Students Research Potential: "From Cultural Acceptance To Cultural Creation"

Abstract

The object of the study is theoretically and experimentally foundation the organization of high school student’s advancement within the cultural genesis principle which is being implemented in the Russian education. The complex of complementary methods includes general theoretical methods such as logical and deductive analysis of philosophical, psychological and pedagogical sources, structural and functional analysis, generalization, systematization, classification, theoretical modeling; empirical methods such as experiment (establishing, modeling, forming), observation, expert evaluation, computer testing; methods of mathematical statistics such as correlation analysis (analysis of the total number of correlations, calculation of the average statistical weight of one relationship. It is revealed an essential contradiction between the need to prepare students for culturally creative cognitive activity and the lack of didactic support for this process. The establishing experiment resulted in the following: 6.3% of high school students have got adaptive level of research capability; 61.6% of high school students under test have got reproductive level, heuristic level is for 31.6%. As for creative level it is peculiar only for 0.5% of high school students under test. The problems connected with the organization of high school students advancement through learning situations from cultural appropriation to cultural creativity are as following: (1) how to use texts in organization of high school students research; (2) how to overcome the domination of the organization of high school students cognitive activity in the form of appropriation; (3) how high school students are capable to master research methods;(4) how to use digital technologies within the established goals.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.153

Online ISSN

2357-1330