Pages: 89-96
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2018-10-1-89-96ΣΔΚ 378 ΑΑΚ 74.480
Authors: V.A. Chupina, O.A. Fedorenkoa
Abstract: The immersive educational environment in terms of reflection methodology are considered. Deterministic relations between immersive and reflection educational environments, their common system characteristics and synergetic potential are identified based on comparative analysis of the concepts of immersivity and reflection and their essential features. Reflection having qualities of immersion at the stages of analysis, critical awareness and activity rationing is considered as a methodological basis for the formation of immersive educational environment.
Keywords: educational environment, reflection, immersive environment, reflection environment, environment-oriented pedagogical technologies, cognitive pedagogy
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