interacon - the basis for building an educaonal environment

The notion of "environment" is given little attention in modern educational manuals. The BSE mentions micro-environment, which is "the immediate social environmentfamily, labor, educational and other collectives andgroups". The authors of the encyclopedia point to the interaction and the individual. They write that the environment influencespersonal development, and the person, as an active, creative, active person, can transform and change the environment.And since a person can be seen as a certainmodel, the environment, acting as another model, can interact with him.When interacting with a new association is created, unlike the previous one. More often the interaction occurs between people, so the basis for the creation of the environment can be considered an interaction. The man himself is looking for those with whom he wants to be, to participate in certain joint actions. The number of participantsof such interaction can be different - from one and more.The philosopher emphasizes that the process of formationsociety of free individuals is a "powerful communication" and is the engine of collective development. Therefore, communication between people and  is a certain kind of interaction. The philosopher writes about the great role of small groups in the future. In such an environment (or small group) the individual is uniqueand has the opportunity to work alone with himself. Working alone with oneselfcan be seen as a special kind of interaction,which creates a certain environment. B.C. believes thatit is "both a new solitude and a new kind of complicity".Thus, the basis of creation of environment is interaction. Therefore, from the position of person-centeredapproach in considering the phenomena of reality, based on humanistic ideas, we believe that the environment isvoluntary, free formation of participants, unitedfor joint problem solving and co-participation in activity,capable to realize their possibilities, to show creative individuality in interaction.For interaction to occur, it is necessary to "immerse"students in such situations as co-participation in collectivework, paying attention to peers, and others. In oneone of the training sessions the children were asked to make a storyon the picture "Excursion". We received essays of the following typeof the following type: "The children went with the teacher to the forest. There theysaw a squirrel. The children treated it with nuts. They liked the excursion.


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