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2017 | 2 | 73-82
Article title

ROLA WYOBRAŹNI WE WCZESNEJ EDUKACJI – WYCHOWANIE DO TRANSGRESJI I INNOWACJI

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Title variants
EN
THE ROLE OF IMAGINATION IN EARLY EDUCATION – EDUCATION FOR TRANSGRESSION AND INNOVATION
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Abstracts
EN
The article presents analyses concerning imagination and its importance for building creative and open attitude towards accepting and initiating a change. The presented picture of contemporary system of education creates a wide context for changes aimed at shaping a new image of a student, whose imagination is the source of creating and transforming the world around us. Creative behavior is the tool for further personal development of any individual and his/her self-knowledge. Imagination, together with the child’s individual activity, is the creative power and basis for education in the 21st century.
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