USING THE THEORY OF KARL POPPER FOR THE MODERNIZATION OF THE MODERN SCHOOL
Author(s): Pustovoitov Yuri Leonidovich, Pshenichnaya Victoria Viktorovna
Rubric: Educational environment
Release: 2019-1 (26)
Keywords: education, K. Popper theory, problem solving, educational practice, philosophy of education, critical theory, problem teaching, school
Annotation: The article offers a description and critical evaluation of The use of the concept of K. Popper in modern learning. It is argued that training involves the same actions as problem solving, that is, the process of trial and error. Despite the modernization, the modern education system works mainly on the model of knowledge transfer. Today, the use of the model of knowledge transfer is cost-effective and efficient, but modernity poses the task of forming a person who is able to think critically. That is why the school system needs to go beyond the model of knowledge transfer to give students the opportunity to pose problems, test their hypotheses and solve them by trial and error. The article emphasizes the relevance of the problems in education, which raises K. Popper, and offers ways to improve the efficiency of the educational process on the basis of the theory of problem solving.
Bibliography: Pustovoitov YU.LE., Pshenichnaya VI.VI. USING THE THEORY OF KARL POPPER FOR THE MODERNIZATION OF THE MODERN SCHOOL // Education Resources and Technologies. – 2019. – № 1 (26). – С. 13-19. doi: 10.21777/2500-2112-2019-1-13-19