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The swift development of knowledge and technology in recent decades presents members of modern society with new challenges that require skills that meet the 21st century. They include the following personal qualities: creative thinking-creativity, critical thinking, ability to communicate, ability to work in a team. Discussions on the composition and development of these skills are now linked to school education. The possibilities of their formation by means of educational subjects are considered. This process requires the formulation and solution of problems such as the creation of appropriate tasks and organizational forms of students’ work with them. The article discusses the possibility of developing special tasks that contribute to the development of students’ competence such as creativity, by means of the studied subject. Approaches to creation of similar tasks and the corresponding forms of construction of mathematics lesson with application of ICT are shown. Approbation of the developed tasks and forms of organization of work with them convincingly testifies to opportunity to form this quality in the course of school practice.

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Larisa Olegovna Denishceva

Moscow City University

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candidate of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of chair of higher mathematics and methods of teaching mathematics, Moscow city pedagogical University

Sheremet’evskaja str., 29, Moscow, Russia, 127521

Klara Alekseevna Krasnyanskaya

Federal State Budget Scientific Institution, Institute for Strategy of Education Development of the Russian Academy of Education


candidate of pedagogical Sciences, senior researcher At the center for educational quality assessment Of the Institute for educational development strategy of the Russian Academy of education

Makarenko str., 5/16, Moscow, Russia, 105062


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