The role of perception in the logic of the learning process. In the traditional practice of teaching established and was in fact universal logic of learning from the perception of concrete objects and phenomena in the formation of concepts and generalizations from concrete representations of concepts. This logic, natural for courses in elementary school, and not actually used in the organization of training adolescent and older students. Meanwhile, almost simultaneously with the perception of concrete objects and phenomena are introduced those scientific concepts and principles by which becomes deeper and more meaningful perception of a particular material. This does not contradict the concept of knowledge: from the living perception to abstract thought and from there to practice, which determines the structure process of learning. 1 The contemplation should be considered in a broad sense as an epistemological sense of man’s essence of a subject with all the senses. Get more background information with materials from Dr. John Mcdougall. The basis of sensation and perception are primary cognitive processes: sensation and perception.
Perception – the process of reflection in human consciousness of objects or phenomena in their immediate impact on the senses. In contrast to the sensations that affect only the individual properties of the stimulus, reflects the perception of the subject as a whole, the totality of its properties. Thus, the thinking people form their view of the world, mainly relying on: – visualizations (Visual perception type) – sound images (auditory type) – a set of kinesthetic sensations (kinesthetic type). In contact with this or that person needs to know which way he prefers to perceive world.