Release:Vesntik TSU. Pedagogy. Psychology. 2013
About the author:Eugenia G. Belyakova, Dr Sci. (Ped.), Professor, Academic Department of Methodogy and Theory of Social and Pedagogical Research, Tyumen State University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract:The article deals with the personal meaningful experience as the central in the whole experience and analyses the problem of its development in education. Meaningful experience does not only reflect the way of understanding the world and human self-understanding, but also generates meaningful forms of activity, focused on current and long-term goals. The basic form of the crystallization of personal meaningful experience is adduced. In reliance on the idea of polymodality of meaning and possibility of its representation in different sign systems the author discusses the problem of constructing meaningful experience on the basis of several structural components (subject-gnostic, affective and evaluative activity-practical). The current educational models are examined in the aspect of making conditions for the personal meaningful experience development. The article involves foreign and domestic studies of psychological and pedagogical aspects of the personal meaningful experience formation, examines the experience of adult education. It characterizes the role of the personal meaningful experience in education as the basis of the subjective activity.
1. Beljakova, E.G. Personal meaningful experience and its formation. Vestnik Tjumenskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta — Tyumen State University Herald. 2012. № 9. Series «Pedagogy. Psychology». Pp. 142-148. (in Russian).
2. Nurkova, V.V. Kul'turno-istoricheskij podhod k avtobiograficheskoj pamjati (Avtoref. diss. dokt.) [Cultural-historical approach to autobiographical memory (Doct. Diss. thesis). Moscow, 2009. 51 p. (in Russian).
3. Zimnjaja, I.A. The competence approach. What is its place in the modern approaches to education? (Theoretical and methodological approach). Vysshee obrazovanie segodnja — Higher Education Today. 2006. № 8. Pp. 21-26. (in Russian).
4. Hristoforov, S.V. The definition of experience in pedagogy: the essential characteristics. Izvestija RGPU im. A.I. Gercena — Bulletin of the Herzen State Pedagogical University. 2006. № 17. URL:http://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/definitsiya-opyta-v-pedagogike suschnostnye-harakteristiki (accessed 28.07.2013). (in Russian).
5. Gusinskij, Je.N., Turchaninova, Ju.I. Dzhon D'jui, demokratija i obrazovanie [John Dewey, Democracy and Education]. URL: http://old.russ.ru/edu/99-06-22/gusinsk.htm (accessed 08.01.2013). (in Russian). \6. Vasiljuk, F.E. Life world and the crisis: a typological analysis of critical situations. Psihologicheskij zhurnal — Psychological Journal. 1995. Vol. 16. № 3. Pp. 90-101. (in Russian).
7. Serikov, V.V. Obrazovanie i lichnost'. Teorija i praktika proektirovanija pedagogicheskih sistem [Education and personality. The theory and practice of designing educational systems]. Moscow, 1999. 272 p. (in Russian).
8. Jakimanskaja, I.S. Lichnostno orientirovannoe obuchenie v sovremennoj shkole [Personally-oriented education in the modern school]. Moscow, 1996. 96 p. (in Russian).
9. Belkin, A.S. Osnovy vozrastnoj pedagogiki [Basics of age pedagogy]. Moscow: Academia, 2000. 192 p. (in Russian).
10. Verbickaja, N.O. Adult education on the basis of their life (vital) experience. Pedagogika — Pedagogy. 2000. № 6. Pp. 14-19. (in Russian).
11. Zmeev, S.I. Tehnologija obuchenija vzroslyh: Ucheb. posobie [Technology of Adult Education: Tutorial]. Moscow: Academia, 2002. 128 p. (in Russian).
12. Osnovy andragogiki [Fundamentals of Andragogy]. / Ed. by I.A. Kolesnikova. Moscow: Academia, 2007. 240 p. (in Russian).
13. Illeris, K. (ed.). Contemporary theories of learning: learning theorists... in their own words. London: Routledge, 2008.
14. Jarvis, P. Meaningful and meaningless experience: Towards an analysis of learning from life. Adult Education Quarterly. 1987. Vol. 37 (3). Pp. 164-172.
15. Lewis, L., Williams, C. Experiential learning: Past and present. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. 1994. № 62. Pp. 5-16.