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Title:Vpliv načrtovane, redno izvajane in vodene gibalne dejavnosti na razvoj gibalnih sposobnosti predšolskih otrok
Authors:Pungartnik, Jasmina Nina (Author)
Muhič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Pungartnik_Jasmina_Nina_2017.pdf (2,11 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Diplomska naloga z naslovom Vpliv načrtovane, redno izvajane in vodene gibalne dejavnosti na razvoj gibalnih sposobnosti predšolskih otrok je razdeljena na teoretični in empirični del. V teoretičnem delu, ki zajema več tesno povezanih poglavij o gibanju v predšolskem obdobju, smo želeli osvetliti in povzeti teoretična spoznanja o obravnavani temi ter izpostaviti gibalni razvoj in gibalne sposobnosti predšolskih otrok. Teoretični del naloge se zaključi z izpostavitvijo izbranih do sedaj opravljenih raziskav in njihovih ugotovitev, ki se navezujejo na vsebino naše diplomske naloge. V empiričnem delu smo predstavili namen raziskave, cilje, potek pedagoškega eksperimenta ter rezultate testiranj otrok s pomočjo dvanajstih motoričnih testov, ki so pokazali stanje gibalnih sposobnosti otrok eksperimentalne in kontrolne skupine. Glavni namen diplomske naloge je bil raziskati vpliv načrtovane, redno izvajane in vodene gibalne dejavnosti na razvoj gibalnih sposobnosti otrok. Zanimalo nas je, ali skozi daljše časovno obdobje načrtovana, redno izvajana in vodena gibalna dejavnost v primerjavi z ustaljenim načinom dela pripomore k uspešnejšemu razvoju gibalnih sposobnosti otrok. V kvantitativni raziskavi je sodelovalo 28 otrok, starih od 3,5 do 5 let iz Vrtca Žalec, vključenih v enoto Šempeter. Predstavljali so kontrolno in eksperimentalno skupino. Predmet raziskave znotraj naše diplomske naloge je bil pedagoški eksperiment, ki je vseboval niz vodenih vadbenih ur kot obliko psihomotoričnega učenja otrok. S pedagoškim eksperimentom smo preverjali rezultate obeh skupin. Uporabili smo kvantitativno eksperimentalno metodo zbiranja podatkov. Merski instrument so predstavljali motorični testi, ki so zajemali motorične in funkcionalne sposobnosti: koordinacijo, eksplozivno moč, preciznost, moč, hitrost, ravnotežje in vzdržljivost. Otroke smo testirali vsake tri mesece. Na podlagi zbranih podatkov smo oblikovali zaokroženo podobo o problemu, ki smo ga raziskovali. Podatke smo kvantitativno obdelali z računalniškim programom SPSS na nivoju deskriptivne statistike. Rezultate obdelave podatkov smo predstavili grafično in tabelarno. Rezultati naše longitudinalne študije kažejo, da so otroci eksperimentalne skupine, ki so v času devetnajstih mesecev v okviru redne gibalno-športne dejavnosti imeli načrtovane in strokovno vodene dejavnosti, dosegli boljše rezultate pri testiranju motoričnih sposobnosti od otrok kontrolne skupine, ki v tem času tovrstne vadbe niso imeli. Na podlagi raziskave in njenih rezultatov je razvidno, da imajo načrtovane, redno izvajane in vodene gibalne dejavnosti vpliv na razvoj gibalnih sposobnosti predšolskih otrok.
Keywords:Predšolski otrok, gibanje, gibalni razvoj, gibalne sposobnosti, redna športno-gibalna vadba, pedagoški eksperiment, motorični testi.
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[M. Medved]
Source:Maribor
UDC:796-053.4(043.2)
COBISS_ID:23328520 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CSJGN5IQ
License:CC BY-SA 4.0
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Language:English
Title:An impact of the planned, regulary followed and guided physical activity on the development of preschool children motor abilities
Abstract:Our thesis An impact of the planned, regularly followed and guided physical activity on the development of preschool children’s motor abilities is divided into a theoretical and an empirical part. Closely related chapters in the theoretical part present not only the theoretical knowledge about the subject, the child’s development with the emphasis on their motor development and motor abilities, but also the significance of preschool children’s movement in kindergarten. The theoretical part is wrapped up by the findings of our research. Purposes of our research, aims, a course of our pedagogical procedure, and the results are presented in the empirical part of our thesis. Our purpose was confirming the positive impacts of the planned, regularly followed and guided physical activity on the development of preschool children's motor abilities. The aim was to ascertain if the planned, regularly followed and guided physical activity leads to a more effective children's motor skill improvement when compared to established methods of work. 28 children, aged 3,5-5 years, were included in our non-probability sample, 14 of them presented the experimental group, and the other 14 ones were in the control group. There were 12 motor skills tests made in order to detect the development of child's balance, coordination, strength, explosiveness, speed, preciseness, and endurance. We present different results between the children who were involved in extra physical activity, which lasted for 20 months, and those who weren’t part of it. Our results show that children who were a part of a guided physical activity achieved better results than the other ones. With the support of gained results we were able to confirm our purpose of the research, which was to confirm that the planned, regularly followed and guided physical activity has an impact on the development of preschool children’s motor abilities.
Keywords:Preschool child, movement, motor development, motor skills, regularly followed physical activity, pedagogical experiment, motor skills tests.


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