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The Projective Method as the Basis of Continuous Education

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This chapter describes a particular program of continuous education consisting of three independent programs. First is called the "Golden Key". The name of this program has taken from famous children's tale, gives us the opportunity to define its specific features. According to this program pre-school and primary-school children spend the greatest part of their time in folk tales and dramatic play. Secondly, adults who work in this program have the ability to find the key for every child's heart. And last, thirdly, by the end of the program every child has acquired his own golden key from and to whole world. Besides these three programs one has a new program for the student-psychologists. Use of the projective method in the creation and practical implementation of this model of continuous education has allowed getting particular practical results.

Keywords: children's tale; continuous education; golden key; pre-school children; primary-school children; program



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