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Pedagogy and Psychology

FORMATION OF SUCCESSFUL TEACHING OF YOUNGER SCHOOLCHILDREN BASED ON THE NEUROPEDAGOGICAL APPROACH

Published 12-2023
КазНПУ имени Абая
Abstract

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The article analyzes the possibilities of using a neuropedagogic approach for the formation of successful learning. Neuropedagogy is at an early stage of its formation and for this reason the attitude towards it may be different. Neuropedagogy offers a new perspective on the child's education. The methods of neuropedagogy are based on the features of the development of the brain and nervous system of the child. So, when working with primary school students, teachers are invited to apply methods of active learning, multisensory perception, consolidation of the practice of restoring cognitive resources of the brain, learning based on the characteristics of the nervous system. At the same time, neuropedagogy does not require the exclusion of traditional teaching methods. It perfectly complements them, allowing you to make the child's learning process softer, more interesting and more accessible for the child himself. In addition to the advantages, there are also a number of difficulties that arise when using neuropedagogics: the lack of a scientific and methodological base and the availability of methods. This is primarily due to the fact that the direction is at the initial stages of its formation. Further investigation of the possibilities of using neuropedagogics for teaching primary school children is relevant and can potentially introduce new methods and views into the learning process that increase its effectiveness.

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Русский

How to Cite

Садреймова А., Жумабаева А. FORMATION OF SUCCESSFUL TEACHING OF YOUNGER SCHOOLCHILDREN BASED ON THE NEUROPEDAGOGICAL APPROACH // Pedagogy and Psychology. – 2023. – № 4(57). – С.16–25: DOI: 10.51889/2960-1649.2023.15.4.006 [Электронный ресурс]: URL: https://journal-pedpsy.kaznpu.kz/index.php/ped/article/view/1403 (дата обращения: 20.05.2024)