ISSN 2409-7616

O. Druzhilovskaya



Olga V. Druzhilovskaya –PhD (Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences), Associate Professor, Moscow State Pedagogical University «Institute of Childhood», Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. The article examines the importance of studying neurosciences in the system of pedagogical education and the formation of a new direction in pedagogical education of neuropedagogy. The study of neurosciences in pedagogy expands and increases the competence characteristics of students of pedagogical universities in research, diagnostic work with children. The theoretical concepts and provisions of non-iron sciences are considered. The role and place of neuropedagogy in the content of professional training of future teachers is determined. The problem of obtaining neuroscientific knowledge by students, which will help to provide future specialists with a professionally oriented level of skills in working with children, is actualized. The most favorable factors and conditions for studying the patterns of the educational process, taking into account neuroontogenetic transformations in relation to the age stages of mastering the knowledge system, for its consolidation in memory mechanisms, have been revealed. The content, purpose and objectives of the author’s course “Neurosciences in the system of pedagogical education”, created on the basis of the integration of neuroscientific disciplines and pedagogy, have been developed. 

Keywords: neuroscience, neuropedagogy, pedagogical experience, professional competence, experimental work.


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Druzhilovskaya O.V. Neurosciences as a source of formation of a new direction of modern pedagogical education. CITISE, 2020, no. 3, pp.314-321. DOI: