VITA ANTIQUA ISSN: 2522-9419 (Online), ISSN: 2519-4542 (Print)
VITA ANTIQUA 9, 2017, HUMAN & LANDSCAPE: Prehistoric Archaeology of Eastern Europe, 268-274
National and World Archaeology in the Schulte Tables
Beidyk О.О., Lazaruk І.А.¹
¹ Department of Country Studies and Tourism, The Faculty of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv
This article deals with the possibility of using Schulte tables (Walter Schulte (1910 - 1972) - German psychiatrist and psychotherapist, student of Berger. In 1962-1972 - Professor of Psychiatry in Tübingen, Germany) as one of psychological and pedagogical techniques in the study of historical, archaeological, historical and geographical sciences. Proposed a number of “resource-historical-archaeological reference signals” (example is given in the article). Analysis of a large number of historical and archaeological publications, many years of expeditionary experience in Ukraine and abroad allowed to pick out a number of artifacts, objects of archaeological excavations and discoveries, portraits of eminent archaeologists and historians. These reproductions qualify heterogeneity (diversity), value, contrast, parity. Usage of active methods and modern psychological and pedagogical technologies (including Schulte tables) in higher education is the key to the learning process in general. Thus, given the number of touch points and fragmented overlapping of subject-object entities in history, archeology, historical geography, was proposed a number of Schulte tables, adapted to these disciplines and proved their possible usage in archaeological and historical disciplines.
Key words: National Archaeology, World archaeology, Schulte tables, pedagogical techniques, education