Kozelskaya Carolina Alekseevna
The post-graduate student of chair of the general and social pedagogics, Voronezh state pedagogical university, alcarol1992@mail.ru, Voronezh
Shakurova Marina Viktorovna
Доктор педагогических наук, Dr. Sci. (Pedag.), Prof., Leading Analyst, Educational Content Development and Socialization Laboratory, Center of Upbringing and Personal Development, Russian Academy of Education,Prof. of the Department of Social Pedagogy, Voronezh state pedagogical university, shakurova@mail.ru, Voronezh

Pedagogical researches creativity and creative potential: search of the methodological bases

Article purpose: definition of dominating methodological approaches in researches of creativity and creative potential, a substantiation of a choice of methodological approaches for pedagogical research of children’s creative associations. As dominating the ontologic approach and the approach from activity positions are presented. The reference to modern researches of various authors allows to consider as claimed system, from positions akmeologi, social-cultural, personal-active, humanistic, anthropological, interdisciplinary approaches. Features of use of the ontologic approach in pedagogical researches of creativity are shown: in the attention center there is an idea of creative essence of the person (typical), development and realization of converting possibilities of each person (individual); possibilities of the person are in limits of the basic poles of existence, carry both creative, and destructive character (the defining the moral position acts).
methodological approach, creativity, creative potential, the ontologic approach, the approach from activity positions, children’s creative association

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