Individuals`s Resistance to Social Crises is a Acquired in Childhood

Sigita Burvytė
Lithuanian University of Education, Lithuania


Objective: the development of person’s resistance to crises. The aim of the study is to reveal the importance of childhood experience to the person, by acquiring resistance to crises; the need of pedagogical help in overcoming  daptation difficulties of the first-year pupil at school. The analysis of pedagogical, psychological, philosophical literature; the analysis of empirical research and statistic data; as well as the method of observation were used in the current study. Though 60 percent of preparation possibilities for life are realised until the beginning of the first grade, the analysis of various authors’ research, quantitative analysis and observation of firstyear pupils in the schools of Vilnius, allow us to conclude that the main reason for a difficult adaptation of first-year pupils is the prevailing belief, that individuals’ preparation for life begins at school. Educational system is based on rendering of the knowledge rather than the development of thinking ability and universal recognition of the environment. Inactivated brain during infancy and early childhood reduces the possibility of mastering information provided at school, and using it in life. Family is the basis, which provides the feeling of safety, which instils real values, which creates the conditions of developing resistance to social changes, and various adaptational skills, which are particularly necessary in the contemporary changing society. Extra attention should be paid to the education of parents and preparation for responsible parenthood. Lasīt vairāk "Individuals`s Resistance to Social Crises is a Acquired in Childhood"