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“Teatricality of lecture” on Stanislavsky in philosophical reflection of university mathematical education

V.A. Erovenko
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.04-18.042

V.A. Erovenko is Dr.Sci. (Mathematic & Physic), prof., head of sub-faculty at Belorusian State University e-mail: erovenko@bsu.by

 

Researched is the theme of organization of lecture activity in university mathematical education. The article shows that the appeal to theatricality of life of everyday life approves new quality of mathematical education philosophy. It is possible through the reflexive analysis of a theatricality phenomenon of a university lecture on mathematics. The pedagogical virtuosity receives new judgment when comparing the artistic and pedagogical technician. It gives the chance to apply Stanislavsky's doctrine.

Key word: theatricality phenomenon of a lecture, university mathematical education, pedagogical virtuosity.

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