E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Psychology of Human-Environment Interactions|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Artistic and applied creativity as a factor in the development of constructive relations among pupils of the Kyrgyz orphanage
Kyrgyz National University named after Zhusup Balasagyn, 720039, Kyrgyzstan
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The article examines the problem of the development of constructive relationships among the pupils of the Kyrgyz orphanage through artistic and applied creativity. Children living in an orphanage are characterized by pronounced destructive relationships, impaired social adaptation. Many of the children in the orphanage display destructive patterns of interaction, weakness in conscious regulation of behavior, frequent outbursts of aggression, and a low degree of reflexive activity. These results gave rise to the need to create an author's group methodology. It contains situations and tasks with the use of non-traditional modern materials and stimulating creative games to form constructive interaction between children. As a result of the use of the methodology of group artistic and applied activities among the pupils of the orphanage, there is an increase in the number of positive choices in sociometry. Thus, joint group lessons reduced the level of rejection of each other's pupils, increased cooperation and communication, they became more tolerant of the “outcast” members of their group. In children brought up in an orphanage, in the process of participating in a program of group artistic and applied activities, positive group roles are formed.
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