THE ORETICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE CONCEPTS OF INNOVATION AND INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY
Keywords:Method, theory, practice, person, school, university, lesson, tasks, aspest, psychologist, pedagogic, knowledge, means of demonstration, subject, students, experiment, education, skills
The concept of innovation was developed during a number of evolutionary stages, and the concept of innovation as a scientific and philosophical concept was introduced in the history of science by the German philosopher Christian Wolff (1679-1754) through his work “Logic, or Reasonable Examples of Human Armor”. According to him, development will be ensured only if the fields of knowledge cover all spheres of society, scientific discoveries will be applied . At the same time, the orientation of students to innovative activities is a developing and implementing factor. Orientation of students to innovative activities is one of the tasks at the state level, and in Article 3 of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On Innovative Activity” is a new development that can be put into circulation or used for personal needs, the application of which in practice will achieve great socio-economic benefits.