StatusThe thesis was presented on the 10 July, 2012 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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Thesis structure: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, 225 sources of bibliography, 21 appendices, 149 pages of text, 21 figures, 23 tables. The results of research are published in nine scientific works and methodological articles.
The research is dedicated to methodology of artistic education of primary school pupils. The purposeof research: systematization and experimental validation of specific methodology in developing chromatic sensitivity to primary school pupils.
The problem / issue of research: The contradiction between the subjective-objective necessity of developing the chromatic sensitivity to primary school pupils and the practice of application a methodology that does not comply with principles of artistic-plastic education.
General objectives of research: historical description of the research process of chromatic sensitivity of pupils, to establish the reference point of theoretical and methodological development of chromatic sensitivity to small pupils, to establish the degree of chromatic sensitivity topupils; to work aut a specific methodology of developing the chromatic sensitivity; to establish criteria for assessing the chromatic sensitivity ofpupils; to validate through experiment the methodology of chromatic sensitivity of pupils; to establish general conclusions and recommendations in point of developing chromatic sensitivity of pupils from primary school.
Scientific innovation and the theoretical value of research consist in collecting ideas, concepts and principles of developing chromatic sensitivity; establishment criteria for evaluation of pupils chromatic sensitivity; grounding the role of spontaneous creation in the development of chromatic sensitivity to primary school pupils.
Practical value of the research is given by establishment of the chromatic sensitivity of pupils; the specific methodology for the development of chromatic sensitivity of pupils; practical recommendations in developing chromatic sensitivity to pupils from primary school.
The research result shave been approved and implemented through nine communications at
scientific forums and eleven scientific works and methodological articles, through theteaching
activity of doctoral student.
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