Empirical Research of a Creatively Oriented Personality’s Formation of a Child of Senior Preschool Age
Keywords:Child, education, creativity, development, intellectual-creative of component
The purpose is a theoretical substantiation and empirical research of creatively oriented personality’s formation of a child of senior preschool age. Five components of the structure of a creatively oriented personality are outlined: emotional-volitional, intellectual-creative, motivational, social-communicative and operational. It is noted that the respondents have the highest research and exploration activity. High and medium levels of cognitive interest were recorded in n = 71 (59.1%). It is established that a significant part of children do not properly form the experience of creative activity. The profile of creatively directed personality’s formation of senior preschool age’s child on key psychological semantic parameters of the researched components which relevantly reflected a subject of research is built. It is established that the most significant correlations are observed for such indicators as creative potential, creative thinking, emotional potential (P ≤ .05; P ≤ .01) and (C ≤ .05; C ≤ .01). A significant part of children do not have a properly formed experience of creative activity. These children have difficulties in solving new, atypical, non-standard situations, which are characteristic of creative activity, which negatively affects the formation of creative personality. It is generalized that the received results of research it is expedient to operationalize in educational and professional preparation of applicants of pedagogical specialties.
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