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Title:Razvijanje veščin malčkov pri dnevni rutini s spodbujanjem algoritmičnega mišljenja Developing toddlers ’skills in a daily routine by encouraging algorithmic thinking
Authors:ID Grad, Patricija (Author)
ID Licardo, Marta (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Grad_Patricija_2021.pdf (2,69 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/328943c8-b410-4423-9568-2a105686d10c
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Izvajanje dnevne rutine pri otrocih v prvem starostnem obdobju vključuje vsa področja razvoja in hkrati ponuja priložnost za učenje osnovnih veščin samostojnosti. Dnevna rutina predstavlja čas za učenje, otrokom daje občutek varnosti in skupnosti. Učenje osnovnih veščin samostojnosti lahko izvajamo tudi s spodbujanjem algoritmičnega mišljenja pri otrocih v prvem starostnem obdobju. Algoritmično mišljenje je ena izmed najpomembnejših kompetenc, s katero lahko rešujemo probleme vsakdanjega življenja. Razvoj veščin algoritmičnega mišljenja spodbuja razvoj drugih veščin, kot so ustvarjalnost, logično razmišljanje, odločanje ipd., zato je pomembno razvijati veščine algoritmičnega mišljenja že v zgodnjem otroštvu. V praktično empiričnem delu smo oblikovali vaje in dejavnosti za razvijanje samostojnosti v skupini pri otrocih od 1 do 2 leti (n=14). S pomočjo ocenjevalne lestvice smo spremljali razlike v doseženih veščinah pri umivanju rok ter obuvanju in sezuvanju copat. Vaje, ki so vključevale učenje po korakih za vsako izmed izbranih veščin, smo izvajali 10 dni. Rezultati so pokazali statistično pomembne razlike v sposobnostih umivanja rok ter obuvanja in sezuvanja copat pred in po izvedenih vajah. Rezultati naloge so pomembni za spodbujanje algoritmičnega mišljenja pri mlajših otrocih saj ponujajo razmislek, kako bi lahko vzgojitelj pri svojem delu uporabili podobne strategije tudi na drugih področjih.
Keywords:predšolska vzgoja, razvijanje veščin malčkov, dnevna rutina, algoritmično mišljenje, družboslovje
Year of publishing:2021
Publisher:[P. Grad]
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-80977 New window
UDC:373.2(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:90741251 New window
Publication date in DKUM:04.01.2022
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Language:English
Title:Developing toddlers ’skills in a daily routine by encouraging algorithmic thinking
Abstract:Implementing a daily routine during the child’s early age includes all areas of development and at the same time offers an opportunity to learn the basic skills of independence. The daily routine represents time for learning and it gives children a sense of security and community. Learning the basic skills of independence can also be done by encouraging algorithmic thinking, which is one of the most important competencies that can be used to solve the problems of everyday life. The development of algorithmic thinking skills encourages the development of other skills, such as creativity, logical thinking, decision-making, etc., so it is important to develop algorithmic thinking skills from an early age. In the practical empirical part, we designed exercises and activities for the development of group independence in children age 1 to 2 years (n = 14). With have analyzed the differences in the achieved skills regarding washing hands and putting on and taking off slippers with assessment scale. Exercises that included systematic learning for each of the selected skills were conducted for 10 days. The results showed statistically significant differences in the ability to wash hands, put on, and take off slippers before and after the exercises. The results of the task are important for the promotion of algorithmic thinking in young children as they offer a reflection on how the educator could use similar strategies in their work in other areas as well.
Keywords:preschool education, developing toddlers ’skills, daily routine, algorithmic thinking, social studies


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