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PRIMER ICT : a new blended learning paradigm for teaching ICT skills to older people
Peter Kokol, Gregor Štiglic, 2011, objavljeni znanstveni prispevek na konferenci

Opis: As the `third age' of human life becomes noticeably longer, the opportunity for elderly to obtain new skills reduces the tendency to consider this period of life as being disadvantaged. Hence, the fundamental aim of the project PRIMER-ICT was to educate older people in four participating countries (Slovenia, Ireland, UK and Austria) in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) skills/practice by using an inter-generational and multisectoral approach empowering elderly to use ICT on everyday basis to improve their quality of live and to re-engage them in the society. To achievethis aim, students, primarily from health and ICT related fields have been recruited to become `trainers/teachers'. These students in turn have and will utilise acquired skills and knowledge to help train multipliers (community nurses, nurses in elderly homes, family members, volunteers from different sectors/ages, elderly), who in turn help training elderly.
Ključne besede: elderly, gerontology, ICT skills, teaching, quality of life
Objavljeno: 05.06.2012; Ogledov: 1880; Prenosov: 53
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Useful measures in the field of time and dimensional rationalisation of manual training lessons
Samo Fošnarič, Jurij Planinšec, 2010, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Schoolwork, especially lessons in manual skills is often associated with various ergonomics stresses. These stresses are the result not only of school obligations but also of the physical working environment and inadequate lesson planning. Much can be done in this field if certain approaches are taken into consideration at the work planning stage. Thus we can use certain analytical methods, such as the Method of Temporary Observations (Multi-Moment Method) and OWAS (a method for the evaluation of postural load during work), when positioning stressful lesson factors. This can be done in arelatively simple way in the field of time rationalisation as well as in the field of dimensional work adjustment to pupils. Research results in this papershow that by using a planned directed approach in this field, it is possible to achieve, a higher level of efficiency with normal levels of fatigue.
Ključne besede: dimensional rationalisation, manual skills lessons, pupils, technology and design education, time rationalisation
Objavljeno: 07.06.2012; Ogledov: 878; Prenosov: 52
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Dyslexia and Foreign Language Learning in Primary Schools
Dijana Šmon, 2014, diplomsko delo

Opis: The thesis Dyslexia and Learning a Foreign Language in Primary Schools deals with the general difficulties in foreign language learning which are caused by a very specific disorder called dyslexia. The problems that come with the disorder are in most cases transferred across languages and the aim of this thesis was to find out how dyslexia influences on the learning of the foreign language (English) in the primary school, which is becoming an issue and an open question nowadays between scientists and teachers who have a direct contact with the pupils. The main goals of the thesis are to connect the general characteristics of dyslexia and its influence on English as a foreign language and to identify the main language learning areas and skills in which dyslectics need special support and need to be taken under further investigation. The emphasis is also on providing some solutions, strategies and methods that would help teachers to support their learners with dyslexia. In the empirical part, I discuss the results. I also provide interpretations of one questionnaire, which was filled in by teachers of foreign language and one test that Slovene learners who have been learning English as their foreign language took. To obtain more additional data, five interviews with English language teachers were transcribed and analysed about their knowledge of dyslexia and the methods that they use to help dyslectics to benefit as much as possible from the foreign language lessons.
Ključne besede: dyslexia, English as a foreign language, early identification, language awareness transfer, differentiation, teachers’ knowledge, developing language skills
Objavljeno: 07.03.2014; Ogledov: 2120; Prenosov: 227
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LEARNING AND USING FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT A DIDACTIC FARM
Simona Eder, 2015, diplomsko delo

Opis: Learning and using foreign languages in a natural environment, in real-life situations at the didactic farm (at the Eder farm) is the theme of this diploma thesis. Nowadays primary schools are more and more aware of teaching different real-life skills outside the school’s own four walls. They do not expect their pupils to learn just for good grades, they want them to learn and prepare for possible situations in their future life. The first part of the thesis presents the history of teaching and learning outside the classroom, defines the meaning of the term "didactic farm" and presents the Eder didactic farm, its history, ethnological collection, offers, target groups, possible types of visits and topics. On the basis of four possible foreign language courses during the visits to the didactic farm the results, advantages and disadvantages of teaching foreign language at the didactic farm, responses of children, teachers’ opinions and possibilities of further developments are presented. The hypotheses have all been confirmed, with the remark, that the children have fewer difficulties coping with new ways of FL learning and using then teachers. The primary aim of the thesis was to find possible improvements for the integration of didactic farms and schools in the local or wider school district. Another goal was to invite them to learn and use foreign languages at a didactic farm that provides appropriate offers, attractive and diverse themes and contributes to the greater prevalence of such foreign language learning in natural environment.
Ključne besede: Learning and using foreign languages, real life skills, didactic farm, kindergarten and school children, natural environment
Objavljeno: 07.10.2015; Ogledov: 584; Prenosov: 59
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Developing Listening Skills by Using Listening Logs
Iva Kladošek, 2016, diplomsko delo

Opis: For some students developing listening skills can be very challenging. This diploma paper deals with the importance of teaching and developing listening skills effectively in a foreign language classroom. In most cases when students listen to a text in a foreign language, they rarely think about how they listen and what can they do to improve their listening skills. For this reason, Listening Logs are presented in this thesis as a tool for developing listening skills. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first part is theoretical and the second one is empirical. In the theoretical part listening process is described as well as the process of planning listening activities in the classroom. In addition, uncertainties and problems causing learners demotivation to listen are discussed. Finally, Listening Logs are presented as a tool to encourage students to listen outside the classroom. In the empirical part, the results of how students reflect on their listening are presented. This is followed by an interpretation of Listening Log forms which were completed by the students. The results show that Listening Logs are a useful tool for developing listening skills and that students' grade in English does not affect on the opinion that Listening Logs are an effective activity for developing listening skill. This was investigated by forming five hypotheses, two of which were rejected and three were confirmed. The results also show that Listening Logs develop learner's autonomy.
Ključne besede: developing listening skills, planning, pre-listening stage, while-listening stage, post listening stage, Listening Logs.
Objavljeno: 22.09.2016; Ogledov: 384; Prenosov: 31
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Reasons for plagiarism in higher education
Polona Šprajc, Marko Urh, Janja Jerebic, Dragan Trivan, Eva Jereb, 2017, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Background and Purpose: The survey was performed to determine the reasons that lead students to possibly commit plagiarism during their studies. By doing so, we wanted to determine the main reason for the appearance of plagiarism and how, within this main reasons, various indicators of plagiarism are judged and, finally, how demographic data and student motivation for study are associated with the reasons for plagiarism. Design/Methodology/Approach: A paper-and-pencil survey was carried out among 17 faculties of the University of Maribor in Slovenia. A sample of 139 students 85 males and 54 females participated in this study, ages ranged from 19 to 36 years. The questionnaire contained 95 closed questions referring to: (i) general data, (ii) education, (iii) social status, (iv) awareness of plagiarism, and (v) reasons for plagiarism. Parametric and nonparametric statistical tests were performed depending on distributions of the answers. Results: The results reveal that information and communication technology is largely responsible for the plagiarism with two reasons highlighted: ease of copying and ease of access to materials and new technologies. We also found some differences between low and high motivated students. Different average values of the answers considering motivation for study were confirmed for academic skills, teaching factors and other reasons for plagiarism, where the average for lower motivated students is significantly different (higher) than the average for higher motivated students. At the end we could find no direct relationship between the average time spent on the Internet and plagiarism. Conclusion: The transmission of knowledge is the basic mission of faculties. This mission is based on moral beliefs about the harmfulness of its abuse, and plagiarism is exactly such abuse. Regardless of the students past at this point professors are those who could greatly contribute to the right set of skills to keep students off plagiarising.
Ključne besede: plagiarism, reasons for plagiarism, academic skills, higher education
Objavljeno: 06.04.2017; Ogledov: 762; Prenosov: 148
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Art appreciation for developing communication skills among preschool children
Matjaž Duh, 2016, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: In the contemporary process of teaching fine arts, children’s own creative expression and art appreciation are used to encourage learners towards both perception and reception; consequently, the evaluation and inter- nalization of works of art play an equally important role. In a qualitative empirical research study that takes the form of a case study, we studied the response of children to works of art and their demonstrated communica- tion skills in this. The results have shown that children respond to works of art on multiple levels. With non-standardized narrative group interviews, we observed children’s associations. Children perceived and internalized the given artworks and also put their emotions into words. The study has shown that systematic development of art appreciation among pre-school children can have a positive impact on their communication skills.
Ključne besede: communication skills, art appreciation, visual art, preschool education
Objavljeno: 13.07.2017; Ogledov: 358; Prenosov: 47
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Motor structure and basic movement competences in early child development
Rado Pišot, Jurij Planinšec, 2010, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Motor development consists of dynamic and continuous development in motor behaviour and is reflected in motor competences (on the locomotive, manipulative and postural level) and motor abilities (coordination, strength, speed, balance, flexibility, precision and endurance). This is a complex process in which a child acquires motor abilities and knowledge in interaction with inherited and environmental factors. A sample of 603 boys and girls, of which 263 were aged five (age deviation +/– 3 days; 18,5 ± 3,1kg body weight; 109,4 ± 4,3 cm body height) and 340 were aged six and a half (age deviation +/– 3 days; 23, 7 ± 4, 3 kg body weight; 121 ± 4,8 cm body height), were involved in this study after written consent was obtained from their parents. The children’s motor structure was established through the application of 28 tests that had been verified on the Slovene population and established as adequate for the study of motor abilities in the sample children. The factor analysis was applied to uncover the latent structure of motor space, and PB (Štalec & Momirović) criteria were used to establish the number of significant basic components. The analysis of the motor space structure revealed certain particularities for each age period. In the sample of 5 year old children, the use of PB criterion revealed four latent motor dimensions, in 6.5 year old children, the latent motor space structure was described with four (boys) and five (girls) factors. Despite the existence of gender differences in motor space structure and certain particularities in each age period mostly related to the factors which influence movement coordination, several very similar dimensions were discovered in both sexes.
Ključne besede: early childhood, motor development, motor skills and knowledge, motor structure, factor analysis
Objavljeno: 21.07.2017; Ogledov: 470; Prenosov: 45
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