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Category conceptual apparatus of modern pedagogy

A.B. Agzamova, F.Sh. Teregulov
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.08-17.025

 

A.B. Agzamova is Cand.Sci. (Economy), rector at Aktyubinsk University n.a. S. Baishev, Kazakhstan e-mail: ssslon.kz@mail.ru; and F.Sh. Teregulov is Dr.Sci. (Pedagogy), prof. at Bashkir State Pedagogical University n.a. M. Akmullah e-mail: terfil@yandex.ru

 

Presented is the analysis of category conceptual apparatus of modern pedagogy. The article is devoted to that fundamental educational science, which combines the objective reality and the peculiarities of cognition. The authors in detail are analyzing the problem of as far as understanding of scientists, formed stereotypes and language of science could physically and conceptually represent origins and mechanisms of human formation. The opinion of the authors is that there isn’t other such live issue for the humanity, which causes so many disputes, as a result of which pedagogical community was being obliged to change their opinion to the contrary one for so many times.

Key words: concepts and categories of pedagogy, biological and social in the field of education, mentality organ as vitally formed instrument of life activity, consciousness as symbolic model of ambient environment and oriented basis of intellectual activity, codes and social channels of circulation of information, stages of formation, functioning and development of the organ of intellect.

 

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