Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 8(5), pp. 1964 - 1968
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080533
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Innovative Project Thinking of Designers as a Pedagogical Issue


Natalia Ivanovna Anufrieva 1,*, Ekaterina Yuryevna Ivanova 2, Marina Viktorovna Pereverzeva 1, Lena Igorevna Cheshenko 2, Vera Aleksandrovna Ovsyannikova 2
1 Department of Sociology and Philosophy of Culture, Russian State Social University, Russia
2 Department of Arts and Artistic Creation, Russian State Social University, Russia

ABSTRACT

The leading trend in the 21st century is an innovative approach in science, education, and culture, manifested in various spheres of human activity – especially those related to the creative transformation and improvement of the world. Thus, the study of the development and functioning of heuristic thinking of designers, associated with innovative ideas and concepts of material culture, is becoming increasingly relevant. The emergence of such professions as creative state moderator or mental fitness coach has been predicted. The purpose of the study is to identify pedagogical technologies aimed at the formation of innovative thinking necessary for a designer's project activity. Designers should be trained based on innovative projects, brainstorming methods, problem-based tasks, and cases, ensuring that students master the system of values, meanings, and models of innovative creative activity. Only then will design projects launch the process of deliberate change that introduces qualitative changes into the environment. Innovative project thinking is a universal competence of designers, necessary for successful professional activities in the modern world in its various forms and types. Therefore, its formation is one of the most important pedagogical problems of today. A new aspect of the study is the methodological recommendations on the training of designers in innovative thinking, which includes three stages of this process: creating an object, assessing the degree of novelty, and mastering in real life. As practice has shown, students form innovative thinking in the classroom if they comprehend innovative projects from the concept to the specific implementation and assessment of the result.

KEYWORDS
Innovation, Project, Design, Thinking, Pedagogy, Training, Methods

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[1] Natalia Ivanovna Anufrieva , Ekaterina Yuryevna Ivanova , Marina Viktorovna Pereverzeva , Lena Igorevna Cheshenko , Vera Aleksandrovna Ovsyannikova , "Innovative Project Thinking of Designers as a Pedagogical Issue," Universal Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 8, No. 5, pp. 1964 - 1968, 2020. DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080533.

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Natalia Ivanovna Anufrieva , Ekaterina Yuryevna Ivanova , Marina Viktorovna Pereverzeva , Lena Igorevna Cheshenko , Vera Aleksandrovna Ovsyannikova (2020). Innovative Project Thinking of Designers as a Pedagogical Issue. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 8(5), 1964 - 1968. DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080533.