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[Xmca-l] Re: Pozenavatel'naya

I am confused about this because what I have from Bodrova's (a Russian) and
Leong's book is as follows, in two instances, where we the term. They are
as follows exactly: (written with Latin alphabet, not Russian as below)

1. The motivation to learn includes accepting the student role,
internalization of standards of performance, and pozenavatel'naya or
enquiry motivation (intellectual curiosity). page 170

2. Children without enquiry motivation, Davydov notes, are primarily
motivated by grades  or by praise from teacher. The word enquiry is the
translation of the Russian word poznavatal'naya and although it is similar
to the Western  idea of intrinsic motivation, it is also different in
emphasis  on learning and interllectual curiosity. page 171


So it seems that the concept is used by Davydov, perhaps in Problems of
developmental teaching...Soviet education, 30, 66-79


On 10 September 2015 at 00:59, David Kellogg <dkellogg60@gmail.com> wrote:

> Ulvi:
> I think it just means "cognition" or "cognitive", doesn't it?
> Познавательное?
> David Kellogg
> On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 5:12 AM, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear all,
> >
> > I quote this concept
> > from Leong's and Bodrova's book Tools of Mind as it is written there.
> > I could not be sure if this is a correct writing of the word in the book,
> > if there is not any misprint. Can anyone please confirm or correct? I
> could
> > not even be sure if I should write the term with or without the sign ' .
> > The authors state that the concept is about curiosity, but the English
> term
> > does not give the meaning in the Russian.
> > Perhaps, the closest is inquisitiveness, reflecting intelelctual
> curiosity,
> > as is mentioned in the authors' book.
> > Finally, may there be any study, in English, French or Spanish on the
> > Russian concept?
> > Thanks
> > Ulvi
> >