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Building the learning process on an integrative basis.

Building the learning process on an integrative basis is not limited to integrated courses. Integrated courses are the highest stage of "fusion" of academic disciplines. However, integration may also be episodic and have a shallow degree of expression. The technology research papers for sale to develop a class of interdisciplinary cognitive tasks involves a preliminary delineation of cross-cutting interdisciplinary ideas, according to each of which the tasks are composed. Interdisciplinary cognitive tasks are an academic structure for organizing students' learning activities.

 Situational methods of teaching often provide a more natural course of cognitive processes, and as an integrating tool have great potential. Actualization of vital experience is also an excellent tool for organizing the educational process, which I denoted as the holographic approach. The notion of holography is a physical one. It means consideration of an object in the reflected multidimensional space in no less than three projections. The concept of holography was used in ontopsychology.

He also introduced the notion of "holographic consciousness": "Each individuality is a point of connection of numerous movement vectors. It is born of a mutual equilibrium that is established at the intersection of these vectors... Thought is nothing but a repetition, a reflection of energy directed along a vector to one place. He introduced the notion of "holographic situation", i.e. approach to a child not as an adult, but as a self, when he is all in sight, whole, giving himself up to each action in his entirety. In his opinion, the behavior of a child under the age of six is holographic. We consider the holographic method of projection, which combines at least three projections with centripetal vectors. Vitagenic projection is vitagenic information demanded by the teacher in the learning process to prepare for the presentation of new knowledge. Vector: student > knowledge > teacher.

Stereoprojection is information coming from the teacher using the students' vitagenic information. Vector: teacher > knowledge > student. Holographic projection - information coming from any additional source: vitagenic experience of others, books, mass media, scientific data, meetings with specialists in different branches of science, works of art, etc. The holographic method exists not only in the process of teaching, but also in teaching. Projections in such cases are also aimed at knowledge, but the vectors are somewhat different. The first projection (vitagenic) remains constant; the second (stereoprojection) is knowledge obtained from different sources; the holographic projection is a mental modeling of knowledge, where the source of its acquisition is cognition, the intellectual potencies of the individual himself.
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