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Title:Pomen hoje za razvoj motoričnih sposobnosti v predšolskem obdobju
Authors:Dremelj, Jožica (Author)
Muhič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Diplomsko delo z naslovom Pomen hoje za razvoj motoričnih sposobnosti v predšolskem obdobju je sestavljeno iz teoretičnega in empiričnega dela. V prvem delu smo predstavili pomen gibalno/športnih dejavnosti za otrokov razvoj, razčlenili motorične sposobnosti in v zadnjem delu teoretičnega dela namenili poudarek hoji in njenim razvojnim mejnikom. V empiričnem delu pa smo predstavili in analizirali dobljene podatke, za pridobitev katerih smo uporabili eksperimentalno metodo, kot merski instrument pa smo uporabili osem različnih motoričnih testov. Raziskovalni vzorec je neslučajnostni iz konkretne populacije, ki ga predstavljajo predšolski otroci iz okolice Ivančne Gorice in Višnje Gore. Zajeti sta dve skupini predšolskih otrok v starosti od 2 do 3 let. Eksperimentalno skupino sestavljajo otroci iz Vrtca Ivančna Gorica, enota Marjetica, ki so v času enega leta imeli vsakodnevne načrtovane dejavnosti s področja hoje, kontrolno skupino pa sestavljajo otroci iz Vrtca Ivančna Gorica, enota Polžek Višnja Gora, ki niso imeli posebnega poudarka na dejavnostih s področja hoje. V empiričnem delu je bilo s pomočjo bivariantne analize in deskriptivne statistike potrjeno, da vsakodnevne vodene in organizirane dejavnosti hoje pozitivno vplivajo na razvoj motoričnih sposobnosti otrok in da otroci, ki vsakodnevno hodijo po različnih površinah, bolj napredujejo v gibalnem razvoju od otrok, ki tega vsakodnevno ne počno.
Keywords:gibalne/športne dejavnosti, predšolski otrok, hoja, motorične sposobnosti, motorični razvoj
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[J. Dremelj]
Source:Maribor
UDC:373.2:796.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:23249672 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ERVKPPSP
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Language:English
Title:The importance of walking for davelopment of motoric abilities in the preschool period
Abstract:The thesis with the title The Importance of Walking for the Development of Motoric Abilities in the Preschool Period consists of a theoretical and an empirical part. In the first part we presented the importance of locomotor/sports activities for child’s development, we analyzed motoric abilities, and in the last part of the theoretical part we emphasized walking and its development turning points. In the empirical part we presented and analyzed the resulting data, for getting of which we had used an experimental method, as a measuring instrument, however, we used eight different locomotor tests. The research pattern is non-coincidental from the actual population represented by preschool children from the surrounding area of Ivančna Gorica and Višnja Gora. We included two groups of preschool children aged 2 to 3 years. The experimental group consists of children from the kindergarten of Ivančna Gorica, unit Marjetica, who in one year had daily planned activities connected with walking, whereas the control group consisted of children from the kindergarten of Ivančna Gorica, unit Polžek Višnja Gora, who did not have a specific focus on activities connected with walking. In the empirical part it was confirmed, by using bivariate analysis and descriptive statistics, that daily guided and organized activities of walking have a positive impact on the development of motoric abilities of children and that the children who walk on different surfaces on a daily basis have made more progress in motoric development than those children who do not perform that every day.
Keywords:locomotor/sports activities, a preschool child, walking, motoric abilities, locomotor development


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