Educational Needs of Society: Neuropedagogy as One of the Main Aspects of Motivation in Learning within Formal and Non-Formal Education
Keywords:Information society, globalization, integration, competence, world outlook
The article addresses the major education trend as a continuous, lifelong process. Evolution is an integral process underlying human life while also reflecting the progress of human activity in various domains. Human life is believed to remold historical development. It is a major factor in progress that results from the implementation of new ideas. This aspect is relevant for the study of the functions of education in the context of civilizational progress of society and man in particular.
The study sets forth with the major theoretical and methodological approaches to the basic principles of formal and non-formal education. Neuropedagogy is also highlighted as one of the main aspects of motivation for learning both in formal and informal education reflecting the educational needs for society. The article also explores the impact of physiological aspects on personality motivation structure. The concepts of neuropedagogy, formal education and non-formal education are revealed. The article defines the basic concepts of education of the 21st century, in particular, in the context of formality. The results of the research suggest that the educational process is no less relevant in adulthood whereby people actualize their potential by responding and adapting to societal challenges. The article identifies the educational needs of people of different ages within the innovational society framework. The given research helps form the idea of neuropedagogy as a science.
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