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Title:PEDAGOŠKI VIDIKI LETOVANJA OTROK
Authors:Kete, Nina (Author)
Lepičnik Vodopivec, Jurka (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ČAGRAN, BRANKA (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UNI_Kete_Nina_2011.pdf (1,12 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V diplomski nalogi z naslovom Pedagoški vidiki letovanja otrok obravnavamo počitniška letovanja, ki postajajo pomemben dejavnik pri vzgoji in izobraževanju predšolskih in šolskih otrok. V literaturi avtorji letovanja opredeljujejo kot priložnost, da otrok v sproščenem vzdušju sprosti svoj jaz, uveljavi svojo individualnost in interese. Letovanja so preizkušnja otrokove samostojnosti in sposobnosti prilagajanja in imajo pomembno socializacijsko vlogo. Seveda pa imajo na letovanjih pomembno vlogo tudi vzgojitelji, katerih prvotna naloga je, da se otroci na letovanju počutijo sprejete in varne. Vzgojitelj pa ob prevzemu otroka ob pričetku letovanju prevzame tudi skrb za njegov razvoj, torej pri otroku vzpodbuja vrednost timskega dela, razvijanje prijateljstva, samostojnost ter zaupanje vase. Vse to pa omogoča razvoj ustvarjalnega, samosvojega in veselega otroka. V prvem teoretičnem delu je predstavljena opredelitev letovanj, njihov pomen za otroka in njihov vzgojni vidik ter vloga vzgojitelja na letovanju. Kakšno je dejansko stanje, smo preverili med vzgojitelji na letovanju. S pomočjo ankete smo pridobili podatke o tem, kateri so sploh razlogi za vključevanje na letovanje, kako poteka njihovo delo na letovanju in s kakšnimi težavami se pri tem srečujejo. Pomembno vlogo pri delu vzgojitelja ima tudi sama komunikacija, zato smo skušali izvedeti tudi, kakšno je njihovo stališče do učinkov komunikacije in kakšen je način sodelovanja s starši otrok.
Keywords:letovanje, vloga vzgojitelja, razvoj otroka, organizatorji počitniških letovanj, CSD Slovenj Gradec
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[N. Kete]
Source:Maribor
UDC:37(043.2)
COBISS_ID:18560520 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:P8KAWDJE
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Language:English
Title:PEDAGOGICAL ASPECT OF CHILDREN HOLIDAYING
Abstract:In degree paper we deal with children holidaying, which are becoming a very important aspect of preschool and school education. In different literature authors define holidaying as a chance for children to enjoy in relaxed environment, to express their individuality and interests. Holidaying is a test of children´s independence and ability to adjust and it also shows if children are able to socialize. Teachers have a very important role. The most important is that children feel accepted and safe. They accept the responsibility for child´s development. They encourage children to do some team work, to make friends, to be independent and to trust themselves. All listed enables creative development of a happy individual. In the theoretical part definition of holidaying, their purpose for children, educational aspect and the role of a teacher are explained. The actual condition was checked during holidaying. With the help of the questionnaire we gained some information about teachers´ reasons to cooperate in holidaying, the course of their work and the problems that they run into. Communication has the important role. That is why we wanted to know their opinion about communication and cooperation with parents.
Keywords:holidaying, teachers´ role, development of a child, organizers of holidaying, DCFS Slovenj Gradec


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