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Plesno ustvarjanje v pedagoškem konceptu Reggio Emilia
ID Dragoš, Matija (Author), ID Kosmatin Fras, Mojca (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, ID Grigillo, Dejan (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, ID Geršak, Vesna (Author)

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Abstract
Prispevek osvetli pomen plesnega izražanja v pedagoškem konceptu Reggio Emilia in predstavi plesno vzgojo kot del celostnega učenja, ki pozitivno vpliva na vsa področja otrokovega razvoja, tj.: na čustveno-socialno, kognitivno in psihomotorično. V prispevku predstavimo vzporednice med Malaguzzijevo teorijo o »100 jezikih« otroškega izražanja, Gardnerjevo teorijo mnogoterih inteligenc in Glasserjevo teorijo o štirih temeljnih človekovih potrebah. Omenjene teorije povežemo s cilji plesne vzgoje v vrtcu. Dotaknemo se pozitivnih učinkov izražanja skozi gib: razvijanje ustvarjalnosti, nebesedne komunikacije med otroki in otrokom ter vzgojiteljem, uporabo vseh čutil, izražanje čustev in razpoloženja, ozaveščanje telesa in spodbujanje različnih oblik izražanja. Vse to so pomembni temelji pedagoškega koncepta Reggio Emilia, katerega temeljno izhodišče je otrok.

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Keywords:kinestetično učenje
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2009
Publisher:Pedagoška fakulteta
Number of pages:151-159
Numbering:2009
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-69917 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:10.07.2015
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Title:Dance creativity in the Reggio Emilia pedagogical concept
Abstract:
The article highlights the importance of dance performance in the Reggio Emilia pedagogical concept and introduces the dance education as part of the comprehensive learning that has a positive impact on every area of the child's development, i.e. the social and emotional, the cognitive and the psychomotoric one. In the article the parallels are drawn between Malaguzzi's theory on 100 languages of the child's expression, Gardner's theory on multiple intelligences and Glasser's theory on four basic human needs. The mentioned theories are linked to the objectives of the dance education in the kindergarten. Positive impacts of expressing through a move are referred to: developing creativity, non-verbal communication among children and between a child and an adult, use of all senses, expressing emotions and moods, raising physical awareness and fostering different forms of expression. The above mentioned are all important foundations of the Reggio Emilia pedagogical concept, the starting point of which is a child.

Keywords:kinesthetic learning

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