Current Approaches to Organizing the Educational Process in Primary School: a Neuroscientific Approach

Oleksandr MELNYK, Olga PETRYK, Liudmyla LYSOHOR, Olena PAVLYK, Liliia BOIARYN, Svitlana TYKHONOVA


The education system in the New Ukrainian School does not meet expectations, and therefore requires reforms and changes, involvement of modern approaches to organization of the educational process. This article analyzes various innovative neuropedagogical, neuropsychological and neurolinguistic techniques, proposed by scientists and educators-innovators and substantiates the importance of their implementation in the primary school learning process. The relevance of the topic is attributable to the need to solve pedagogical problems, using knowledge about individual characteristics of brain activity, higher mental functions and thinking strategies of primary school children. This study allows to make the educational process more effective and to ensure full self-realization of each child, as well as cognitive and personal development of primary school students. The article presents current provisions of research work of primary school teachers and psychologists from the standpoint of related to pedagogy neurosciences, as well as introduction of modern neuropedagogical, neuropsychological and neurolinguistic approaches to the practice of educational process in the New Ukrainian school.


Neuropedagogy, brain activity, thinking strategy, polymodal learning, neuropsychology, laterality

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