Visualização e criatividade na formação profissional de especialistas orientados para a comunicação

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v27i00.17586

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Criatividade, Visualização, Atividades criativas, Ensino superior

Resumo

O artigo é dedicado ao estudo da aplicação da visualização no ensino aos estudantes das disciplinas "Psicologia da Comunicação de Massa", "Design Criativo em Publicidade e Relações Públicas" e treinamento "Métodos para Ativação de Habilidades Criativas" na preparação de especialistas em relações públicas, publicidade e comunicação de mídia na Universidade Federal de Kazan (Região do Volga). O objetivo principal deste estudo é introduzir a visualização como uma ferramenta de apoio metodológico no processo educacional para a formação de um ambiente criativo entre os estudantes. O método de observação incluído no processo educacional foi utilizado na pesquisa, e exemplos de tarefas para trabalhos em grupo e em sala de aula criativa foram desenvolvidos. Os resultados mostraram que a maioria dos estudantes usa esquemas familiares, estruturais e lógicos ao visualizar a resposta e raramente aplica formas não padronizadas de reflexão de informação. Isto serviu como um gatilho para desenvolvermos tarefas e técnicas estimulando o pensamento figurativo nos alunos. Os dados obtidos podem ajudar no estudo posterior da introdução da visualização no processo educacional e levar à revisão ou reformatação dos currículos e a um aumento das tarefas criativas.

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Biografia do Autor

Tatyana Sidelnikova , Kazan Federal University (KPFU), Kazan – Russia

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor in Department of Public Relations and Applied Political Science.

Irina Porfireva, Kazan Federal University (KPFU), Kazan – Russia

Political Sciences PhD, Senior Lecturer in Department of Public Relations and Applied Political Science.

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01/01/2023

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SIDELNIKOVA , T.; PORFIREVA, I. Visualização e criatividade na formação profissional de especialistas orientados para a comunicação. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 27, n. 00, p. e023002, 2023. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v27i00.17586. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/17586. Acesso em: 23 maio. 2024.

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