DEVELOPING THE CULTURE OF STUDENTS’ INTELLECTUAL ACTIVITY BASED ON COGNITIVE ERGONOMICS PRINCIPLES
Abstract and keywords
Abstract (English):
The versatility of the concept and the need to develop the culture of students’ intellectual activity as a way of adapting in the modern information space are shown. The article considers the features of designing a joint cognitive system “The teacher – educational information – the student” as a condition for developing the culture of a future specialist’s intellectual activity and improving the quality of mastering educational information in the professional training process. The results of studying the factors reducing the quality of a student’s intellectual and educational activities within higher education environment are analyzed and discussed. Findings and recommendations are made to direct psychological and pedagogical correction in the system of higher education for further research.

Keywords:
culture of intellectual activity, cognitive ergonomics, joint cognitive system, representation, educational information, visualization, coding, sign-symbolic means, emotional tension
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