Formation of Independent Cognitive Activity of Students in Extracurricular Activities

Authors

  • Kone Raoul Porna Postgraduate Student, Department of Social and Differential Psychology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia
  • Kazarenkov Vyacheslav Ilyich Professor, Department of Psychology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

Keywords:

students, extracurricular activities, motivation, cognition, self-education

Abstract

The article deals with the problem of formation of cognitive activity of students in extracurricular activities. The article describes the importance of the development of cognitive activity among students, since in the process of this work, the formation of various personal qualities and the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary for professional activity occurs simultaneously. There is also a study of the level of development of the components of cognitive activity, which showed the need to organize purposeful extracurricular activities aimed at developing characteristics such as motivational-volitional, content-operational and reflexive, which are criteria and indicators of the degree of formation of motivation for independent cognitive activity. The main conclusion is made based on the results of the research, which is that the effectiveness of the development of motivation for cognitive activity depends on the following factors: the correctness of the organization of this process, contributing to the qualitative development of knowledge and skills; the presence of purposefulness, consistency and control of educational and cognitive work; timely assistance to students from scientific and managerial staff of teachers and prevention possible difficulties; the objectivity of the assessment of the workflow and its result, the demands on the quality of the work performed.

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Published

11-11-2022

How to Cite

[1]
K. R. Porna and K. V. Ilyich, “Formation of Independent Cognitive Activity of Students in Extracurricular Activities”, IJRAMT, vol. 3, no. 11, pp. 1–6, Nov. 2022.

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