PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL BASES FOR THE CREATION OF AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF LEVELS OF PERCEPTION CHANNELS DEVELOPMENT (PERCEPTION.GUIDE)

  • Petro P. Vorobiyenko Odesa National O. S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications, Оdesa
  • Oksana A. Vasylenko Odesa National O. S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications, Оdesa
  • Nataliya I. Chepelyuk Odesa National O. S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications, Оdesa
Keywords: perception, representative systems, modality, channels of information perception, the predominant perception channel, the perception model, information and communication technologies (ICT)

Abstract

The article describes the results of research on the process of human perception of information, the definitions of the main channels of perception of the external world, and the diagnoses of the prevailing channel. The experience and practical achievements of scientists are analyzed in the context of psychology, pedagogy, socionics, neurolinguistic programming. Certain methods for diagnosing the dominant channel of human perception of information using electronic resources and software complexes are considered. An extended model of the process of human information perception is presented based on the three-element classification of personality types: visual, audial, kinesthetic. The main stages of the creation of an automated "perception.guide" system for diagnosing the leading channel of information perception with the purpose of choosing the most effective teaching methods using information and communication technologies are revealed. The advantages of using the system for educational purposes are determined.

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Author Biographies

Petro P. Vorobiyenko, Odesa National O. S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications, Оdesa
Doctor of Technical Sciences, PhD, Professor, Academician of NAES of Ukraine, Honoured Educationalist of Ukraine, Rector
Oksana A. Vasylenko, Odesa National O. S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications, Оdesa
PhD in Pedagogy sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Higher Mathematics
Nataliya I. Chepelyuk, Odesa National O. S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications, Оdesa
PhD in Pedagogy sciences, Senior Teacher, Department of Linguistic Preparation

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Published
2017-12-30
How to Cite
Vorobiyenko, P. P., Vasylenko, O. A., & Chepelyuk, N. I. (2017). PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL BASES FOR THE CREATION OF AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF LEVELS OF PERCEPTION CHANNELS DEVELOPMENT (PERCEPTION.GUIDE). Information Technologies and Learning Tools, 62(6), 225-239. https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v62i6.1923
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ICT to support psychological and educational research