|Opis:||This master's thesis represents the whole child's development, pressure, types and causes of fatigue, which are increasingly occurring in modern times. By knowing the child's developmental characteristics, we can better define the situation in the educational system.
The theoretical part represents the pressure as a phenomenon, which has a long history. It's a phenomenon that's as old as school. Within the master's thesis, a survey was conducted among students of the third triad of elementary school of Tone Čufar, in which they answered questions about how their time after compulsory classes is spent. It was found that 13 children do not attend any school or out-of-school activities, which points to a widespread network of programs, enabled by the school and other institutions to develop interests. In this way they show an interest in spending free time in a useful and healthy way.
Hereinafter, the theoretical part covers the definition of two divisions of free-time activities by place and content. When choosing free-time activities, we find that children often decide on school and out-of-school activities, which are different according to the environment of their implementation. On the basis of children's own wishes, in the third triad of elementary school, the most represented are sports activity.
The purpose of the master's thesis was to determine how much pressure students feel, due to school and out-of-school activities, and what kind of impact these activities have on their academic success. It was researched, whether the attendance of school and out-of-school activities differed by gender. Students' reasons for inclusion in a particular type of activity were also identified. As well as possible impacts people close to them have on their choices.
It has been found that more and more children are under incorrect pressure. Most often, this is what teachers and mentors in school and out-of-school activities are aware of, who, in addition to their parents, are the first to notice student's fatigue.|