METHODS OF APPLYING THE CONCEPT OF VISIBLE THINKING IN THE EDUCATIONAL COMPONENT "SELF-MANAGEMENT OF LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AND SOCIAL LEADERSHIP"
Keywords:concept of visible thinking, training of social workers, educational component, innovative teaching methods
The article presents the method of applying the concept of visible thinking as an innovative method of teaching students majoring in 231 "Social Work". The main factors that require updating the content, forms and methods of social workers training are defined; it is also noted that the importance of using the capabilities of modern information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the teaching of compulsory and selective educational components is substantiated. Based on the study of scientific sources and materials of the latest educational Internet platforms, the content and features of the implementation of the concept of visible thinking as a tool to ensure conscious participation of the subjects of educational process are outlined.
It is proved that the integration of this concept into the direct educational process within the educational program "Social Work" is carried out through its systematic, purposeful and multiple implementation, which allows to form soft skills of students such as: critical thinking, strategic thinking, information skills, creativity, cooperation and dialogue, emotional intelligence, tolerance for other points of view and other experiences. Based on the analysis of Project Zero results, methodological techniques and procedures of thinking are outlined, and their prospects in teaching the educational component "Leadership Self-Management and Social Leadership" at Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University (using the case "Invisible Women") are extrapolated. The research potential of teaching methods based on the concept of visible thinking (observation and research of interesting things, in-depth research, intensification of search for causes and explanations, research of different points of view, broadening horizons, reflection of ways and factors of changing the opinion, verification of ideas and proposals, substantiation of facts data and judgments)is substantiated. The conclusion is formulated that the implementation of the concept of visible thinking in the educational process of Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University allows to make the process of thinking conscious by encouraging the active participation of students in the study of the specified educational unit.
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