The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 7
Page No. 2094 - 2097

Development of Creative Cognitive Activity of University Students by Means of Interdisciplinary Connections

Authors : Alfiya Rafailovna Baranova and Agzam Abrarovich Valeev

Abstract: In the solution of problems of development of creative cognitive activity of university students by means of interdisciplinary connections, we believe that interdisciplinary connections have direct impact not only on development of creative cognitive activity of students but also on their outlook formation, promoting realization world’s material unity. Our research revealed that implementation of interdisciplinary connections involves the best sequence of learning topics regarding general matters in various objects and sections of this subject. Interdisciplinary connections also allow to use one subject as the tool for the solution of questions and tasks in the other subject, to embrace interrelations in modern subject structure, to disclose separate links deeper and more versatile. They cause an increase in cognitive interest of students in training can develop creativity in studying when familiarizing with scientific concepts. Specification and generalization of knowledge gained in using interdisciplinary connections givestudents the opportunity of transferring this knowledge to new applied situations and creatively apply them in practice. The study reveals the essence and the main components of creative cognitive activity of personality of university students. Person-oriented approach as a methodological basis of development of creative cognitive activity of student's youth is scientifically grounded in our research as well as possibilities of interdisciplinary connections as the determining factor of development of creative cognitive activity of students of university in the learning process are investigated.

How to cite this article:

Alfiya Rafailovna Baranova and Agzam Abrarovich Valeev, 2015. Development of Creative Cognitive Activity of University Students by Means of Interdisciplinary Connections. The Social Sciences, 10: 2094-2097.

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