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Title:Glasbene dejavnosti kot metoda spodbujanja socialnega razvoja pri učencih z motnjami avtističnega spektra : magistrsko delo
Authors:ID Idoska, Maja (Author)
ID Habe, Katarina (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Idoska_Maja_2023.pdf (1,46 MB)
MD5: 22ED026D66B787501344DA088B10AF96
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Magistrsko delo z naslovom Glasbene dejavnosti kot metoda spodbujanja socialnega razvoja pri učencih z motnjami avtističnega spektra sestavljata teoretični in empirični del. V teoretičnem delu bomo predstavili značilnosti otrok z MAS, primanjkljaje na socialnem področju in njihovo vključenost v vzgojo in izobraževanje. Nadalje bomo predstavili glasbo v povezavi z avtizmom in bomo podrobneje opisali možnosti razvijanja socialnega razvoja skozi glasbo ter izvedbo glasbene umetnosti v osnovni šoli s prilagojenim programom (OŠPP). Temu sledi predstavitev glasbenih dejavnosti in vloge ter kompetence učitelja pri poučevanju glasbene umetnosti. Empirični del magistrske naloge zajema rezultate raziskave, katere namen je bil raziskati, kako učitelji dojemajo vlogo glasbenih dejavnosti pri pouku in proučiti njihovo poznavanje le-teh ter njihovih možnostih vpliva na socialni razvoj učencev z MAS. Proučili bomo pogostost njihove uporabe glasbenih dejavnosti pri pouku in mnenje o koristnosti teh za otroke z MAS. Prav tako je namen ugotoviti njihovo doživljanje lastne kompetentnosti za poučevanje glasbene umetnosti v OŠPP. Rezultati so pokazali, da večina učiteljev prepoznava pozitivne učinke glasbenih dejavnosti na socialni razvoj učencev z MAS. V pogostosti uporabe glasbenih dejavnosti pri uri glasbene umetnosti glede na starost anketirancev ni bilo statistično značilnih razlik, vendar pa so rezultati pokazali, da se mlajši učitelji bolj strinjajo s trditvijo, da lahko otroci z MAS z glasbo usklajujejo in nadzorujejo svoje socialne interakcije ter da lahko glasba podpre povezanost s skupino za otroke z MAS. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da obstaja korelacija med oceno kompetentnosti anketirancev na glasbenem področju ter pogostostjo uporabe glasbenih dejavnosti, vendar le med določenimi pari spremenljivk. Podatki kažejo, da višja kot je kompetentnost anketirancev na glasbenem področju, v večji meri se strinjajo, da glasba pri učencih z MAS pozitivno vpliva na omenjene socialne vidike.
Keywords:Glasba, glasbene dejavnosti, motnje avtističnega spektra, socialni razvoj
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[M. Idoska]
Year of publishing:2023
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (XII, 67 str., [9] str. pril.))
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-86136 New window
UDC:78:616.896-057.874(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:178088707 New window
Publication date in DKUM:19.12.2023
Views:272
Downloads:20
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Language:English
Title:Music activities as a method for enhancing social development in students with autism spectrum disorder
Abstract:The master's thesis entitled Musical activities as a method of promoting social development in students with autism spectrum disorder consists of a theoretical and an empirical part. In the theoretical part, the characteristics of children with ASD, their social deficits and their inclusion in education are presented. Furthermore, it is described in detail how music is connected with autism and about the possibilities of social development through music and music as a subject in special schools. This is followed by a presentation of musical activities and the roles and competencies of teachers in teaching music. The empirical part of the master's thesis includes the results of research on teachers' perception of the role of musical activities in class, their knowledge of such activities, and their potential of influencing the social development of students with ASD. We have examined the frequency of teachers' use of musical activities in class and their opinion on the usefulness of such activities for children with ASD. The aim was also to find out the teachers' self-perception of their competence for teaching music in special schools. The results showed that most teachers recognize the positive effects of musical activities on the social development of students with ASD. There were no statistically significant differences in the frequency of use of musical activities in music class according to the age of the respondents but the results showed that younger teachers agree more with the statement that children with ASD can use music to coordinate and control their social interactions and that music can support connectedness with the group for children with ASD. It was found that there is a correlation between the self-assessment of the respondents' competence in the music field and the frequency of use of musical activities, but only between certain pairs of variables. The data show that the higher the competence of the respondents in the music field, the more they agree that music has a positive effect on the aforementioned social aspects for pupils with ASD.
Keywords:Music, musical activities, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), social development


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