state

state
būsena statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Neaiškiai suvokiamų vidinių ar išorinių poveikių visumos atspindėjimas, pasireiškiantis psichinių procesų savitumu. Mokinių psichinė būsena per pamokas, pertraukas, egzaminus, po jų ir t. t. skiriasi. Kartais psichinės būsenos poveikis atminčiai, mąstymui, dėmesiui, jausmams yra neigiamas, kartais teigiamas. Psichines būsenas, ypač nuobodulį, depresiją, euforiją, apatiją, frustraciją, nuovargį ir pan., valdyti sunku. Jos būna trumpalaikės ir ilgalaikės, stiprios ir silpnos, normalios ir patologinės. Į jas reikia atsižvelgti ugdant asmenybę ir numatyti individualaus priėjimo būdus. atitikmenys: angl. state vok. Zustand rus. состояние

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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