Multifactorial approach to preparing Russian young people for a future profession
This article examines the theory and practice of a multi-level system of continuous innovative education. The pedagogical system of multilevel continuous creative education is considered in detail, and sufficient creative pedagogical methods are put forward for the formation of creative thinking and the development of students' creative abilities. Creative approach provides teachers and students with intellectual tools for the formation of creative systems thinking, teaches them to look at the world systematically and manage thought processes. Innovative teaching methods in the continuous formation of a multilevel system of creative thinking provide the basic principles of teaching by changing the structure of the lessons and implementing their original content. Using them, it is possible to significantly accelerate the solution of a pressing problem in Russia: formation of a creative personality of students.
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