TY - JOUR
AU - Ольга Мукосеенко
PY - 2015/12/25
Y2 - 2024/06/15
TI - Scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization as a tool for student creativity development
JF - Theory and methods of learning mathematics, physics, informatics
JA - tmn
VL - 13
IS - 3
SE - Theory and methods of learning mathematics
DO - 10.55056/tmn.v13i3.988
UR - https://ccjournals.eu/ojs/index.php/tmn/article/view/988
AB - The issue on using scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization for the development of student creativity studying non-mathematical specialties in the process of the higher mathematics study. The definitions of the creativity, as well as popular scheme-sign models of knowledge visualization have been given. A new visualization model – notes-pictures has been considered.Research focus: study the possibilities of scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization for development of student creativity.Problem research: 1) analyze the psychological and pedagogical literature for the purpose of finding algorithms of building scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization; 2) check the hypothesis experimentally: preparation of scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization is an efficient tool for student creativity development.Object of research: process of studying the higher mathematics by students studying non-mathematical specialties, oriented to student creativity development.Subject of research: development of student creativity studying non-mathematical specialties in the process of the higher mathematics course study by teaching information visualization means.The research methods: theoretical (analysis of the psychological and pedagogical literature), empirical (observation), experimental, diagnostic (analysis of student activity results).The results: scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization which are most preferred by students have been found out.The main conclusions: preparation of scheme-sign models of teaching information visualization is an efficient tool for student creativity development.
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