Artistic and Figurative Thinking in the Structure of Educational Activity of Future Masters in Music Art
Keywords:artistic image, artistic and figurative thinking, musical art, empathy, neuropedagogy
The purpose of the article is to reveal the neuropedagogical aspects of artistic and figurative thinking of future masters of music in the structure of their educational activities. The neuropedagogical approach as a scientific direction is still in its infancy and needs significant support in the educational environment. The degree of demand for continuous education of music specialists to make the right methodological decisions in their professional activities is emphasized. Artistic thinking in the system of training masters in music is a priority and is one of the most important tasks of their educational process at this scientific level. But the search for innovative methods of artistic and figurative perception of musicians is often complicated by an empirical approach to solving this problem.
The specifics of neuropedagogical training for the development of artistic and figurative thinking of higher education students, which is associated with the creative interaction of teacher and student is analyzed. The regularities of training future musicians which are due to the need to solve problems for the development of creative musical and professional thinking are revealed. The importance of interdisciplinary integration of humanitarian, music-theoretical and special knowledge is emphasized, which is the basis for the formation of a high level of professionalism of future masters in music. The interaction of intellectual, auditory and emotional components in the process of development of artistic and figurative thinking of the future musician is substantiated.
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