Complexity as a Concept of the Modern Educational Discourse

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  • Natalia Kochubey

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complexity, complex thinking, knowledge society, educational communications

Abstract

The modern understanding of the complex and always changing world needs the appropriate way of thinking. The fundamental principles of the human thought are laid exactly in the process of education and studying. It requires the constant work on the education content, knowledge translation methods, and ways of constructing the educational communications. Complexity is also presented by the participants of the educational communication, ways of cognitive and educational communications, methods of it’s exposition and teacher’s work.

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2011-12-30

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Kochubey, N. (2011). Complexity as a Concept of the Modern Educational Discourse. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 10(1-2). Retrieved from https://philosopheducation.com/index.php/philed/article/view/362

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