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Title: Environmental-constructional foundations: humanitarian and art education in Ukraine
Authors: Павельчук, Іванна Андріївна
Pavelchuk, Ivanna
Barna, Nataliia
Smyrna, Smyrna
Lehenkiy, Yurii
Stefiuk, Roman
Yaroshovets, Tetyana
Keywords: art
culture
design
education
humanitarian education
pedagogical process
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: National aviation university
Citation: Pavelchuk I. Environmental-constructional foundations: humanitarian and art education in Ukraine // Nataliia Barna, Lesia Smyrna, Yurii Lehenkiy, Roman Stefiuk, Tetyana Yaroshovets, Ivanna Pavelchuk / AD ALTA : Journal of Interdisciplinary Research. 2021. Vol. 11, Issue 1 [Special issue XVIII.]. P. 134–137.
Abstract: The article aims to determine the metaecological nature of the transformation problem of education in the humanitarian scientific, and artistic spheres of Ukraine. The research methodology consists of systemic and comparative approaches. The scientific novelty lies in revealing the features of the pedagogical process as systemic integrity in the context of the transformation of humanitarian and art education in Ukraine. The activities of the humanities (philosopher, sociologist, culturologist, cultural manager, artist, actor, designer, etc.) are synthetic and designmodel. In modern hyperinformational conditions and obtaining a higher education in the humanities and the field of art, the main thing is the student’s initial ability to have an artistic, even theatrically-expressive approach to scientific research and creativity, along with rational thinking, the creative reflection of what he saw and felt. Transformations of humanities and art education should be focused on preserving the value-expressive integrity of the person-creator. It can be achieved in pedagogical syncretism conditions, where all learning models are relevant because they are formed by different dominants – empirical, rational, reflective.
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