An Elective Course For Bachelors Aimed At Developing Creative Imagination In Preschoolers

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One of the main pressing issues in vocational education is training of bachelors at pedagogical universities in designing new professional activities. In accordance with the modern requirements, projects are used to improve the quality of training. In all human activities, projects are a universal tool to ensure efficiency, flexibility and variability of activities. Pedagogical activities aimed at professional training of workers are not an exception; their quality depends on the ability of a teacher to design and implement the pedagogical process. A literature analysis has revealed that at the present stage of development of psychological and pedagogical science there are objective preconditions that contribute to the successful theoretical and practical solution of the problem of effective training of bachelors for the development of creative imagination in preschoolers with speech disorders. Theoretical provisions and conclusions on the research problem can improve the professional training process aimed at developing creative imagination in preschoolers. Research materials and the special course can be used by educational institutions and make a contribution to the theory and methodology of vocational education.

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31 March 2022

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978-1-80296-124-9

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European Publisher

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125

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Ibragimova, L. A., & Novikova, E. A. (2022). An Elective Course For Bachelors Aimed At Developing Creative Imagination In Preschoolers. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 924-930). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.110