Geometrické znalosti a vnímaná vlastní účinnost v geometrii (self-efficacy) mezi zneužívanými a zanedbávanými dětmi z mateřské školy
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Tirosh, D., Tsamir, P., Tabach, M., Levenson, E., & Barkai, R. (2013). Geometrické znalosti a vnímaná vlastní účinnost v geometrii (self-efficacy) mezi zneužívanými a zanedbávanými dětmi z mateřské školy. Scientia in Educatione, 2(1), 23-36.


Cílem studie je zkoumat geometrické znalosti a vnímanou vlastní účinnost v geometrii (self-efficacy) u dětí z mateřské školy, včetně dětí zneužívaných a zanedbávaných. Bylo provedeno 141 individuálních rozhovorů s dětmi ve věku 5-6 let, z nichž bylo 69 diagnostikováno místním sociálním odborem jako zneužívané a zanedbávané. Výsledky ukazují, že obě skupiny dětí mají vysokou míru vnímané vlastní účinnosti spojené s identifikováním geometrických obrazců, ale nebyla zjištěna významná souvislost s jejich znalostmi. Navíc byly mezi oběma skupinami nalezeny signifikantní rozdíly ve znalostech.
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