Impacto de reflexividad grupal en la formación de competencias intelectuales en estudiantes

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https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v12i4.1241

Palabras clave:

ambiente reflexivo, reflexividad grupal, actividad educativa conjunta, habilidades reflexivas, indicadores intelectuales de CI, competencia intelectual.

Resumen

La presente investigación aborda el problema de la influencia de la reflexividad grupal en la formación de competencias intelectuales. Se ha sistematizado la dinámica de indicadores intelectuales en la actividad educativa conjunta de los estudiantes en correlación con el desarrollo de la reflexividad. Los indicadores empíricos de la investigación de la reflexividad se establecieron utilizando los métodos de Karpov y Sharov; la determinación de indicadores de autoconocimiento mediante el método de Leshinsky, Kase; y la determinación de indicadores de potencial intelectual utilizando los métodos de Raven, Wexler y Bruner. Las influencias reflexivo-psicológicas (como complemento del proceso educativo tradicional) crean la correspondiente interdependencia con el nivel de desarrollo de las capacidades intelectuales. Los autores desarrollaron cursos especiales y programas de formación práctica para configurar las cualidades de la reflexividad grupal, la reflexión sobre las capacidades personales, la comprensión del propio futuro profesional, la preparación para el cambio, la conciencia de los propios motivos, las aspiraciones y fuentes de actividad para una mayor revelación del potencial reflexivo personal. En consecuencia, la eficacia de los programas de cursos especiales, de sesiones de capacitación sobre la formación de cualidades de reflexividad grupal, reflejo de las habilidades personales de los estudiantes, comprensión de su futura carrera profesional, preparación para el cambio, conciencia de motivos, aspiraciones y fuentes de actividad para el desarrollo posterior del potencial reflexivo personal, han sido probadas experimentalmente.

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Publicado

2022-09-02

Cómo citar

Filipovych, V. M. ., Polenkova, M. V. ., Leshchenko, M. E. ., Demyanenko, Y. A., & Yemets, N. A. . (2022). Impacto de reflexividad grupal en la formación de competencias intelectuales en estudiantes. Apuntes Universitarios, 12(4). https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v12i4.1241