School for beginner's lecturers: "The Da Vinci Visualization"

The beginner’s lectures were told about visualization tools in the educational process.

Does information become so much that students stop listen to and understand the lecturer? Does it kill their desire to learn? Do you want to make your lessons more effective? Dut not only effective, but also bringing pleasure? There are many tools for this. One of them - visualization - is devoted to the lesson in the framework of the School for beginner's lecturers.

During the meeting, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor Elena Kotenko, Head of the Educational and Methodological Department, introduced the participants with modern methods of visualization of educational information - “The Flowering Lotus”, “Ishikawa disgram”, “Mental Maps”, as well as the principles that underlie them . She drew particular attention to the Leonardo Notebook method, the prototype of which was notebooks by Leonardo da Vinci, where in addition to working notes there were “notes” for himself (a list of everyday affairs, a list of things that you need to take with you, etc.).

" Leonardo Notebook " was originally used in the field of time management and acted as the basic method of visualization when working with notebooks and notes. Currently, this technique allows you to systematize information regardless of the field of activity, therefore, it is increasingly being used in other areas, including education. Elena Kotenko told and demonstrated the possibility of applying such records in the educational process of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

“Learning to make“ total records ”is easy enough. It is necessary to fix all that is important, in a row. Fix means write, draw, paste cuttings - depending on which is more convenient for memorizing. - Elena Kotenko has noted. - Surprisingly, in such records it is easy to navigate. Using this method makes it easier to solve the tasks and learn new material. This is especially true for first-year cadets who find themselves in a new unfamiliar environment, as well as at the beginning of the study of the discipline - when it is not known what will be useful in the future and what is not.”

Methods of visualization of information, which the head of the educational and methodological department highlighted, will be useful both to novice teachers and those with extensive teaching experience.

Department of methodological support of the educational process