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Title: Formation of Thought Style in Organizing the Educational Process and Training of Medical Students

Journal or Publication Title:

Իմաստություն=Wisdom=Мудрость

Date of publication:

2023

Volume:

26

Number:

2

ISSN:

1829-3824 ; e-2738-2753

Official URL:

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Corporate Creators:

Խ․ Աբովյանի անվան հայկական պետական մանկավարժական համալսարան

Coverage:

83-93

Abstract:

The purpose of the paper is to analyze thought style as a foundation for understanding the operation of scientific education. The theoretical and methodological basis of the work is formed by the concepts of development of science through paradigm shifts, philosophical analysis of thought style, and heuristic capabilities of philosophical comparativism in combination with the hermeneutic method of text interpretation as applied to the sociocultural paradigm of science. The training of a specialist in any scientific field is realized in the framework of the given thought style because the style directs the perception and determines the nature of work with the empirical material and the form of solving problematic situations. Training provides not only an increment of specialized knowledge but also a projection of a general cultural communicative orientation. Thus, the construction of how one should perceive, understand, evaluate, and apply can be viewed as the construction and implementation of an appropriate educational strategy. The concept of thought styles is one of the most successful methodologies for explaining not only the movement of science but also the implementation of education in science.

Place of publishing:

Երևան

Publisher:

Տիգրան Մեծ

Format:

pdf

Identifier:

oai:arar.sci.am:372363

Language:

en

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