Date of Birth: 07/06/1937
Place of birth: Moscow
Born June 7, 1937 in Moscow, he graduated from the Faculty of Psychology of Moscow State University. MV Lomonosov Moscow State University (1967) and the English Department of the Moscow State Institute of Foreign Languages. M.Toreza (1965), Doctor of Psychology (1988), a professor (1990), was awarded the title of professor in 1992, head of the department of educational psychology and pedagogy of the Faculty of Psychology of Moscow State University (1995-2004). Chairman of the Moscow branch of the Society psihologovSSSR (1985-1987). In 2000 he was awarded the title "Honorary Professor of Moscow State University."
A specialist in the field of educational psychology. PhD thesis was devoted to the experimental formation of skills of spatial perception of objects, the work was done under the direction of V.Ya.Dymerskogo (1973). Subject doctoral dissertation Ilyasov: "The structure and the formation of the learning process" (1988). Ilyasov has developed a generalized model of the teaching process, described by scientists as the activity of the subject, the system allocated efficiency factors teachings and system of conditions of formation of the common educational abilities. We examine the role of practical actions in cognitive development and assimilation of educational material, the relative importance of clarifying the content of the material and its subsequent processing in the teaching. The questions of the history of the theory of teaching in the domestic and foreign psychology, problem diagnosis and formation obschihuchebnyh skills.
Ilyasov teaches at Moscow State University (and other universities) courses educational psychology, methods of teaching psychology courses on the theory of teaching in the domestic and foreign psychology, diagnosis, and development of common educational abilities. Prepared 19 candidates of sciences.
Total number of scientific publications - 73, of which the main ones:
The structure of the teaching process. M., 1986;
The system of heuristic techniques in solving problems. M., 1992; at