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The idea of creative health education within modern post-non-classical culture

I.A. Sinitsyna
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I.А. Sinitsyna is senior lecturer at Sterlitamak branch of Bashkir State University



Presented is analysis of the idea of health creation, which in the context of modernization of education appears as central one. Examines are content notions of health saving and health creative activities with showing their principal differences. On the basis of theoretical and methodological analysis given is the author’s definition of concepts “health”, “health creative activity”, “health creating education”, “health creative pedagogical activity”. From position of the anthroposynergetic approach, presented is the idea of self-development as individual strategy of human existence. Special attention in the article is paid to examining of mechanisms of health creative activity with assertion of priority of existential-oriented approaches to education, allowing to solve problems of formation of healthy personality at different stages of ontogenesis.

Key words: health, health creative activities, health creative education, health creative pedagogical activity, potential of self-development, anthropocentric approach, mechanisms of health creative activitiy.



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