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The problem of technical creativity as a type of spiritual production is the subject of socio-philosophical research, which has its own content and structure. The purpose of the presented article is to disseminate the results of the study on the formation of the foundations of technical creativity among the Kazakh youth of secondary schools of the Aktobe region in the period 2017-2020.The methodological apparatus of the research: the socio-philosophical problems of technical creativity were introduced by the researchers S. L Rubinshtein, P. S. Engelmeyer; psychological characteristics of personality abilities - Ch. Spearman, V.N.Druzhinin; communicative, regulatory and cognitive functions of the psyche - B.F. Lomov, S.V. Myskin Research base: participants in the pedagogical process of secondary schools No. 23,17,27,1,26, Aktobe, Aktobe region of the Republic of Kazakhstan. According to the research results - the levels of creativity were highlighted: low, medium, sufficient, high; the functional capabilities of a subject teacher, focused on the development of creative thinking, activation of imagination
Key words: technical creativity, Kazakhstani youth, practical activity, general education, functionality, levels of creativity
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