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Title:Spremljanje gibalnega razvoja predšolskih otrok
Authors:Mavrin, Mateja (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:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Spremljanje gibalnega razvoja predšolskih otrok, smo skozi daljše časovno obdobje in s pomočjo motoričnih testov spremljali gibalni razvoj predšolskih otrok. V prvem delu diplomskega dela smo s pomočjo literature želeli predstaviti, kakšen je pomen gibalnih dejavnosti za razvoj otrok in kakšne so značilnosti celotnega otrokovega razvoja. Predstavili smo dejavnike otrokovega razvoja ter kakšno vlogo imajo pri samem razvoju otrok odrasli . Opisali smo tudi, kakšne so naravne oblike gibanja. V drugem delu diplomskega dela smo predstavili analizo motoričnih testov. Glavni namen diplomske naloge je bil spremljanje gibalnega razvoja predšolskih otrok ter ali bodo tisti otroci, ki v času opravljanja testov preživijo večino časa zunaj, bolj gibalno razviti in uspešni od otrok, ki se večinoma časa zadržujejo v notranjih prostorih in so tako v gibanju omejeni. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 33 otrok iz vrtca Otona Župančiča Črnomelj, starih od 4 do 6 let, ki so predstavljali skupino TELOVADNICA, 33 otrok, ter skupina GOZD, 28 otrok iz Vrtca Ivančna Gorica. Podatke smo zbirali s pomočjo kvantitativne tehnike s pomočjo motoričnih testov, ki smo jih ponovili petkrat v obdobju enega leta. Rezultati obdelave so zavrnili hipotezo 1 (Pričakujemo, da bodo vsi otroci v času eksperimenta napredovali v motoričnem razvoju), kar je razvidno na osnovi podatkov v tabeli 18 in grafa 1. Rezultati pa so potrdili hipotezo 2 (Pričakujemo, da bodo otroci, ki imajo več gibalnih dejavnosti v naravi, na testiranju motoričnih sposobnosti dosegali boljše rezultate kot otroci, ki imajo manj gibalnih dejavnosti v naravi), kar je razvidno na osnovi podatkov v tabeli 19. Izračun T- testa je pokazal, da otroci iz skupine TELOVADNICA, 33 otrok, na začetku testiranja dosegajo slabše rezultate kot na koncu testiranja in da te razlike niso statistično značilne (nivo statistične značilnosti (p
Keywords:gibalni razvoj, gibanje, spremljanje gibalnega razvoja, predšolski otrok, vzgojitelj.
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[M. Mavrin]
Source:Maribor
UDC:373.2:796.01(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24515592 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:X5SCZ9DX
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Language:English
Title:Observation of preschool children's motor development
Abstract:In this undergraduate thesis, entitled Monitoring Motor Development of Preschool Children, we observed the motor development of preschool children using motor tests over an extended period. The first part of the thesis examines the impact of motor activities on child development and looks at the characteristics of child development as a whole based on the available literature. We present various factors of child development as well as the role adults play in the development. Natural forms of movement are also described. The second part of the thesis presents an analysis of motor tests. The main goal of the thesis was to monitor the motor development of preschool children and determine whether the children who spent more time outdoors during the testing period would have more developed motor skills and be more successful than the children who mostly stayed indoors and were thus more restricted with their movement. 33 children ages 4-6 from the TELOVADNICA group of the Oton Župančič kindergarten in Črnomelj and 28 children from the GOZD group of the Ivančna Gorica kindergarten participated in the study. The data were collected quantitatively by means of motor tests, which were repeated five times over a period of one year. The findings disproved Hypothesis 1 (We expect that all the children will advance in motor development during the time of the experiment), as can be seen from the data in Table 18 and Figure 1. Hypothesis 2 (We expect that the children who participate in more outdoor motor activities will achieve better results in motor skill tests than the children who participate in them less), however, was confirmed, as can be seen from the data in Table 19. The results of the t-test indicated that the 33 children from the TELOVADNICA group achieved poorer results at the beginning of testing than at the end and that these differences were not statistically significant (p
Keywords:motor development, movement, monitoring motor development, preschool children, kindergarten teachers.


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