cognitive activities

pažįstamoji veikla statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Intelektinė mokinių veikla įsisavinant mokymo dalykus, suvokimo, mąstymo, vaizduotės ir atminties procesų tikslingas aktyvumas mokantis. Mokantis plačiau ir giliau pažįstamas pasaulis, atskleidžiama tai, kas mokiniui nežinoma. Mokinio pažįstamoji veikla skiriasi nuo mokslininko pažįstamosios veiklos tuo, kad pastarasis atskleidžia visuomenei reikšmingus dalykus, tai, kas iki tol buvo nežinoma. Terminas pažintinė veikla vartojamas kalbant apie susipažinimo veiklą, pvz., per ekskursiją. atitikmenys: angl. cognitive activities vok. Erkenntnishandlung rus. познавательная деятельность

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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