personality development

personality development
asmenybės vystymasis statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Kokybinis asmenybės kitimas ontogenezėje (vaikystėje, paauglystėje, jaunystėje, brandos ir vėlesniais amžiaus tarpsniais). Vystymosi veiksniai yra šie: • endogeniniai (genai, įgymiai, paveldai); • egzogeniniai (gamtinė, geografinė, socialinė aplinka, ugdymas); • individo aktyvumas (veiklos ir santykių motyvacija: įsiminimo, išmokimo; • visų minėtų veiksnių sąveika. Lemiamą reikšmę asmenybės vystymuisi turi pats individas ir kryptingas jo ugdymas. atitikmenys: angl. personality development vok. Persönlichkeitsentwiklung rus. развитие личности

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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