property

savybė statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Sąlygiškai pastovi psichinio ar pedagoginio proceso, daikto ar reiškinio pusė, atskleidžianti skirtingumą ar panašumą palyginti su kitais procesais, daiktais ar reiškiniais. Mokinių psichinės savybės atsiskleidžia mokantis, darbe, elgesyje. Ryškiausios savybės arba jų kompleksas vadinamos bruožais. Kai šie bruožai sudaro tam tikrą visumą, kai kurių psichologų jie vadinami faktoriais. Savybės, bruožai būna generaliniai (apibūdinantys visą asmenybę, pvz., tinginys, puošeiva, donkichotas ir pan.), bendrieji (apibūdinantys kai kuriuos charakterio, temperamento, motyvacijos ypatumus) ir individualūs. Savybės gali būti ugdomos, pvz., įsiminimo greitis ir išlaikymo trukmė atmintyje padidėja po specialių pratybų. Emocijų impulsyvumą galima valdyti valios pastangomis ir kitomis priemonėmis, pvz., sukąsti dantis, suskaičiuoti iki 10 ir pan. Pedagoginiame darbe ypač svarbi savybių diagnostika. Ji padeda pažinti visą ugdytinio asmenybę ir reguliuoti individualų ar diferencijuotą priėjimą, kai reikia mokyti ar auklėti. atitikmenys: angl. property vok. Eigenschaft rus. свойство

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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