E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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The development of creative competence of primary school students under the condition of inclusive education
1 Moscow Region State University, 10A, Radio str, 105005, Moscow, Russia
2 University of Belgrade, 1, Studentski trg, 11000, Belgrade, Serbia
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The importance of formation and development of creativity of primary school students is recognized by specialists in pedagogy and psychology. At the same time, one of the topical problems is the increase in the number of children with special educational needs. The purpose of the study is to regard the function of the aesthetic and imaginative perception of the world as a constituent of creative competence of primary school students in the context of a potential growth point for a child with specific learning disabilities. The subject of the study is the dynamics of indicators of creative competence (creative imagination, in particular) demonstrated by children as a result of mastering an integrated set of activities aimed to develop creative thinking in primary school students to be able to solve tasks, as well as to form creative competence, to improve self-expression and self-regulation through the use of tools of creative activities and to introduce children to works of culture and art in the conditions of inclusive education. At the stage of the ascertaining experiment, the creative imagination of children participating in the experiment was evaluated according to the methodologies of Dyachenko O. ("Drawing figures") and Kravtsova E. ("Where is its place?"). The general tendency, which is true for the results of the ascertaining experiment with the application of both methods, is the absence of children with a high level of imagination development in the group studied. Integrated lessons aimed to the formation and development of creative imagination in children with developmental delay were carried out for a year and a half, in inclusive groups. In the course of the complex work, the elements of art therapy, logopedic rhythm, psycho-gymnastics, fairy-tale therapy, dance movement therapy and music therapy were used, the means of theatricalization and dramatization were actively applied. According to the results of the ascertaining experiment, it is revealed that the subjects have the ability to overcome the stereotypes formed on the basis of the accumulated experience, which is one of the elements that determine the success of creative activity. As a result of the study, it was discovered that creative imagination regarded as a component of the creative competence of primary school students could be stimulated and improved with the help of a psychological-pedagogical influence during the application of the methodology of integrated lessons of the aesthetic course.
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