ACTIVE PE GAMES - A DETERMINANT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RELATIONSHIPS IN THE CHILD DIVERSITY GROUP

Authors

  • Veselina Ivanova Veselina Ivanova, Bulgaria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12955/pss.v1.55

Keywords:

game unifications, interaction, pedagogical system, social status, dynamics, cohesion of the group

Abstract

The article focuses on the active PE game, as a functional dominant in the pre-school age of a child when critical changes in his or her social development occur.

The study was conducted by graduate students in settlements with different demographic characteristics (big city - 2 groups, small town - 2 groups, village - 2 groups) with 120 (3-7-year-old children), from 6 different age groups in kindergartens. Kindergartens and kindergarten groups are randomly chosen.

The experimental work uses diagnostic methods of observation, discussion, sociometric techniques (by J. Moreno), mathematical and statistical methods in its course.

The mobility of the group dynamics, the constancy, the communication and the movement of the participants - children from different game unification; the cohesion of the child group, which represents the level in the development of child relationships are monitored.

It is concluded that active PE games during the period of "game dystrophy", which is distinguished by the specificity of the modern socium, are a determinant, an actual alternative in the development of the children's relationships, which in turn create a perspective in the socialization of the children.

Author Biography

Veselina Ivanova, Veselina Ivanova, Bulgaria

Veselina Ivanova, Faculty of Education, Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria

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Published

2020-11-16

How to Cite

Ivanova, V. . (2020). ACTIVE PE GAMES - A DETERMINANT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RELATIONSHIPS IN THE CHILD DIVERSITY GROUP. Proceedings of CBU in Social Sciences, 1, 104-110. https://doi.org/10.12955/pss.v1.55