Pusaudžu attieksmju veidošanās mūzikas nometnē Vītolēni Gaujienā

Ilze Dāve, Māra Marnauza

Kopsavilkums

Ievads. Latvijas kultūra ir paliekoša vērtība, un tās saglabāšana ir ļoti svarīga. Tādēļ nepieciešams veicināt pozitīvas attieksmes veidošanos sabiedrībā pret kultūras vērtībām. Pusaudžu audzināšanā liela nozīme ir mūzikas izglītībai, tā palīdz veidot intelektuāli un estētiski attīstītu jauno paaudzi.

Pētījuma mērķis. Izpētīt pusaudžu attieksmju veidošanos muzikālajā darbībā mūzikas nometnē Vītolēni Gaujienas kultūrvides un J. Vītola dibināto tradīciju kontekstā. Lasīt vairāk "Pusaudžu attieksmju veidošanās mūzikas nometnē Vītolēni Gaujienā"

Profiled Musical Education in the Republic of Belarus

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Maxim Tank Belarus State Pedagogical University, Republic of Belarus

Summary

Introduction. The article reviews a modernisation problem of pre-university musical education by implementing professional education at a senior level of schools of general education with music specialisation.

Aim of the Study. To illustrate the efficiency of implementation of professional training in preuniversity musical education in the Republic of Belarus and to justify the great demand for specialized musical training in the person-oriented educational system under its present-day development stage. Lasīt vairāk "Profiled Musical Education in the Republic of Belarus"

Correlations Between Pro-Social State De-individuation and Pro-Individual Trait Creativity Among Secondary School Students in Estonia

Stanislav Nemeržitski
Tallinn University, Estonia

Summary

Introduction. An attempt was made to study possible correlations between pro-individual trait (creativity) and pro-social state (de-individuation), among secondary school students in different schools in Tallinn (Estonia).

Aim of the Study. To show that different aspects of pro-social behaviour can correlate with and affect pro-individual trait, as creative thinking, in secondary school students, i.e. the age of increased emotional vulnerability. Lasīt vairāk "Correlations Between Pro-Social State De-individuation and Pro-Individual Trait Creativity Among Secondary School Students in Estonia"

“CLASS21” – A Research Project on Information Technologies in the Pedagogical Process (2000 – 2004)

Ernest Nausner
Private Pädagogische Hochschule der Diözese Linz, Austria

Summary

Introduction. Class 21 was launched in 2000 as a project of the Education Highway, the Secondary School of the Pädagogische Hochschule der Diözese Linz and the Ministry of Education. Aim of the project was to develop theoretical and didactical principles for learning in a digital environment. It was to last all four years of lower secondary education of the students engaged. Prof. Dr. Eder F., Salzburg, was the scientific monitor and evaluator of the project. During the four year period he compared the development of learning efficiency, self-development and the social climate in Class 21 with a control group of students taught by the same teachers.

Aim of the Study. To find out how the intensive use of ICT in class affects the classroom climate and the intellectual performance of students. Lasīt vairāk "“CLASS21” – A Research Project on Information Technologies in the Pedagogical Process (2000 – 2004)"

Individialisation and Proportioning of Physical Load During Sports Classes

Žermēna Vazne, Rasma Jansone
Latvian Academy of Sport Education, Latvia

Summary

Introduction. Often sports teachers proportion the same amount of load to all students irrespective of their physical training, physical and functional development. Relation between regulated and proportioned physical loads and moments of rest become the structural and methodological basis of sports classes.

Aim of the Study. Development of proportioned exercises in sports classes according to the indicators of every student’s physical training, physical and functional development. Lasīt vairāk "Individialisation and Proportioning of Physical Load During Sports Classes"

Where Does Child Language End and Adolescent Language Begin?

Laura Tidriķe
Child’s Language Research Centre of RTTEMA, Riga, Latvia
University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

Summary

Introduction
Adolescent language is a form of linguistic self-identification expressed most vividly in oral and written speech of adolescents’ mutual communication in informal situations and it varies depending on sociological factors (speaker’s gender, age, education, belonging to a specific group of youths etc.). Adolescents’ age group nowadays includes individuals between 13 and 30.

Aim of the study
Aim of this article is to analyse the borderline separating child’s language and adolescent’s language, as well as to determine the differences in features of both language varieties. Lasīt vairāk "Where Does Child Language End and Adolescent Language Begin?"

Family As Value. The Model Of A Family Moulded By Graduating Students

Margaret Przybysz-Zaremba
Institute of Pedagogy and Languages, Poland

Abstract

Family is the most important value, which is present in the life of each individual. It was confirmed by research conducted among graduating students of the secondary school, who placed family and love at the highest place in the hierarchy of values, claiming that it is [at the same time] a fundamental factor of well-functioning matrimony. Graduating students have plans connected with entering into matrimony.

The studies conducted revealed that almost each of the respondents is going to establish [one’s own] family and have progeny. The plans of respondents as for matrimony and procreation concerned mainly the nature of their relationship, preferred type of their relationship, factors that are crucial for entering into matrimony, features that a husband- or wife-to-be should possess, age at which the respondents plan to have children, and the number of the children. Lasīt vairāk "Family As Value. The Model Of A Family Moulded By Graduating Students"