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Title:VLOGA STARŠEV PRI RAZVIJANJU GIBALNIH SPOSOBNOSTI OTROK
Authors:Mak, Nina (Author)
Muhič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Vloga staršev pri razvijanju gibalnih sposobnosti otrok smo želeli z rezultati ankete ugotoviti, kako pogosto so starši športno aktivni skupaj z otrokom, katere športne dejavnosti so najpogostejše, ki jih starši izvajajo pri športnih aktivnostih skupaj z otrokom, kaj onemogoča staršem, da bi se redno športno udejstvovali skupaj z njim, koliko otrok je vključenih v organizirano športno vadbo in ali se starši zavedajo pomembnosti gibalno/športne dejavnosti pri otrokovem razvoju na drugih področjih. V teoretičnem delu smo predstavili gibalni razvoj in sposobnosti, telesne značilnosti in razvoj otrok, pomen gibalnih dejavnosti za celostni razvoj otroka ter pomen družinskega okolja za motorični razvoj otroka. V empiričnem delu smo s pomočjo anonimnih anketnih vprašalnikov ugotovili, da se starši, ne glede na starost in izobrazbo, zavedajo pomembnosti gibalno/športne aktivnosti za otroka; veliko staršev, ki živijo na vasi, je večkrat na teden gibalno/športno aktivnih skupaj z otrokom; zelo malo otrok je vpisanih v organizirano obliko športne vadbe, kar pa glede na vaško okolje ni presenetljivo; igre z žogo so najpogostejša dejavnost, ki se je poslužujejo starši skupaj z otrokom; matere pa so večinoma bolj gibalno/športno aktivne skupaj z otroki kot njihovi očetje.
Keywords:gibalne sposobnosti, gibalni razvoj, telesne značilnosti, telesni razvoj, gibalno/športna aktivnost, predšolski otrok, starši
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[L. Retuznik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:796(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17565448 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:YWZPQENR
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Language:English
Title:THE ROLE OF PARENTS IN DEVELOPING CHILDREN'S MOTOR ABILITIES
Abstract:In the diploma work The parental role at evolving children motor abilities a survey was used in order to establish how often the parents practise sports with their children, what sport activities are the most common, what prevent them to take part regularly in children sport activities, how many children is included in organised sports training and are the parents aware of importance of motor/sport activities at child's development in different fields? In the theoretical part we have introduced a motoric development and abilities, bodily characteristics and children development, the importance of physical activities on child's integral development and the importance of family environment for a child's phyisical development. The empirical part consists of anonymous questionnaire on the strength of which we have established that the parents are aware the importance of motor/sport activities for a child regardless to their age or education. Many parents from rural environment is physical active with their children several times per week; there is few children registered at organized sports trainings which is not surprising according to the environment; the most common activity is ball games and mothers are mostly more active with their children than fathers.
Keywords:motorical ability, motor development, body characteristics, physical development, motor/sport activity, pre-school child, parents


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