Paper 23-42



Петко Георгиев Петков
Великотърновски университет „Св. св. Кирил и Методий“, филиал – Враца


Petko Georgiev Petkov
University of Veliko Tarnovo „ St. Cyril and St. Methodius“, branch – Vratsa

*Авторът изказва благодарност към научно-изследователски проект „иновации – образователна среда – публикационна активност“ за финансирането на настоящата работа.

Abstract: Today, it is generally accepted that pedagogical science is going through a transitional stage related to the renewal of both the content and the forms of the educational process. Education is one of the most important subsystems of the social sphere of the state, which provides the process of obtaining by a person systematized knowledge, skills and abilities in order to use them effectively in his professional activity. In the conditions of an information-saturated space and new educational technologies, a person-oriented learning paradigm, teachers are faced with a situation where the purpose of education is to facilitate change and teaching. Facilitation in learning is an issue that entered didactics for theoretical discussion in the 1990s. It means supporting, creating opportunities for the cooperation of learners in their efforts for effective learning, through it the facilitation, flexibility and accessibility of learning is achieved. The process of collecting information is simplified. A facilitative approach requires assisting students to collaborate and independently carry out activities with an expected synergistic effect. The teacher-facilitator is again a key player in learning, but not at the expense of student learning and responsibilities. He does not rule, but facilitates others to do this for themselves. The following qualities are necessary for the formation of the innovative culture of a teacher-facilitator: 1) attitude towards children as developing subjects; 2) culture of human interaction; 3) relation to oneself as a developing subject. Facilitation is believed to be more effective in group learning or in stimulating students’ creativity.

Keywords: facilitation, training, cooperation, accessibility


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