Abdulloeva Adiba Usmonovna
Lecturer of the department of technology and methods of its teaching attached to the faculty of fine arts and technology under Khujand State University named after academician B. Gafurov (Tajikistan, Khujand, Khujand State University named after academician B. Gafurov (Tajikistan, Khujand), a.abdullaeva.90@mail.ru, Khujand


Problem and purpose. The article discusses the problem of creativity devoted to a significant number of works, but, despite this, the scientific community has not yet come to an unambiguous definition of the concept of “creativity”: this problem still stirs the minds of scientists and continues to be relevant. If you understand in essence, the essence of creativity is concentrated in the discovery and creation of a qualitatively new, having any value. New phenomena, facts, laws-that which exists objectively exist in the world’s scientific creativity-are opening uninterruptedly in the world, but it opens before researchers from the sides unknown to the present day. The great potential for the development of creative abilities is borne by the organization of training in the university and for this reason this problem is comprehensively investigated in the pedagogical practice of Khudzhand State University. academician B. Gafurov. Purpose of the article. Identify the levels of theoretical training and practical skills in the disciplines of sewing technology, modeling and designing clothes, as well as developing the creative abilities of students specializing in “Design of garments”. The analysis of the results of the research conducted on the basis of a productive activity approach and a set of pedagogical conditions that contribute to the development of the creative abilities of students revealed positive dynamics in the experimental group, as compared to the control group, and confirmed the correctness of the chosen research direction. In conclusion, conclusions are drawn that the experimental training carried out on the basis of a productive activity approach and a set of pedagogical conditions that promote the development of the creative abilities of students influenced the performance of other types of educational work related to special disciplines.
creative abilities, special abilities, competence, talent, creative activity, independence.

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