Formation of Creative Competence of Future Medical Students in the Classes of Biophysics
The purpose of this article is based on the analysis of scientific literature to handle the problem of creativity of medical students as a part of competence. Such methods have been used in the research: theoretical analysis, which tool is structural and logical analysis of the content and structure of the educational process in the view of the existing relations between its individual parts, statistical evaluation of the individual events in the study, didactics analysis, based on the generalization process of knowledge which is reflected in its tendency to generalize many versatile particular laws; pedagogical observation – collecting materials of research-based data collection of classes, and laboratory tests. As a result of the research it has been determined that the ability to see and formulate the problem and act in unusual situations emerging in the implementation of creative potential is possible in the introduction to the educational process of innovative educational technologies. The practical significance of the study is observed in the developed technology in the classes of Biophysics in particular advanced learning technologies that have been approved contribute to the formation of competencies and stimulate creative activity. So, a type of training that is aimed at the formation of productive creative medical student is developing education. Another type of training aimed at activating the creative abilities is problem-based learning, the main aim of which is also all-round development of cognitive abilities of the students. Recently, higher educational institutions have begun to use such following creative teaching methods aimed at activating creativity, as «case method», «brainstorming», educational games and others. «Case method» is based on the description of the real problem, which is related to the future students profession and participants of discussion make recommendations for the solving that encourages the students to develop problem-search activity. Another type of training that we believe would be used to train medica students to enhance creative abilities is educational entertainment. Further research needs to explore the usage of the features of the technology developed in other disciplines of natural sciences, which the students learn at the higher medical educational institution.
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