Komissarova T. S. , Gadzhieva E. A.

THE CARTOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR THE VISUALIZATION OF INFORMATION IN THE TRAINING OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Abstract:

The article deals with the methodological issues of visualization of various educational information and methods of working with it while training students in high school. First of all, we are talking about images of space, graphical modeling, the basics of graphical language when depicting objects or phenomena. An important psychological and pedagogical role of the formation of figurative spatial thinking, development of creative abilities and professional intellectual and graphic competence is shown. The expansion of information visualization has reached all levels of the educational process, which in general changes its quality for the better. However, it is necessary to define such concepts as educational information, methods and ways of its visualization, cartographic method of research and training, charting, graphical representation of information. It is necessary to determine the possibilities of the cartographic method of visualization of learning spatially distributed information and the scale of its application in the development of a particular educational program. The article discusses methods of educational information visualization using the example of the development of «Tourism» educational programs in high school at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Geography.

About the autors:

Tatiana Sergeevna Komissarova (1), Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Services and Tourism; Elena Anatolievna Gadzhieva (2), Candidate of Geographic Sciences, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Geography and Tourism

Place of employment:

Pushkin Leningrad State University (1,2)

Contacts:

e-mail: tsk42@mail.ru (1,2)

Key words:

visualization methods; educational information; generalization of information; infographics; graphicacy, the space image; map, the cartographic method of teaching, geotourism