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Stališča in izkušnje učencev glede domačih nalog pri matematiki v 3. vzgojno izobraževalnem obdobju osnovne šole : diplomsko delo
Habjan, Ana (Author), Valenčič Zuljan, Milena (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Pomen domačih nalog se je skozi zadnja leta močno spremenil. Danes domače naloge nimajo zgolj funkcije ponavljanja v šoli naučenega, pač pa so lahko učencem dodeljene tudi kot priprava na novo učno snov, raziskovanje neznanega itd.; imajo pomembno izobraževalno in vzgojno funkcijo. Domače naloge lahko v veliki meri pripomorejo k doseganju učnih ciljev in učenčevemu napredku, ravno zaradi slednjega pa morajo biti domače naloge s strani učiteljev skrbno načrtovane, ustrezno posredovane in preverjene. Pri tem pa je pomembna tudi vloga staršev, da učencu nudijo vso oporo in mu priskrbijo ustrezen prostor ipd., da bo učenec zadano nalogo lahko izpolnil. V teoretičnem delu sem opisala pomen in cilje domačih nalog ter vrste le-teh. Omenila sem tri načela, ki imajo pri domačih nalogah pomembno vlogo, in razložila, kako domače naloge ustrezno načrtovati, posredovati in kako jih preveriti s strani učitelja, pa tudi kako samo domačo nalogo izvršiti in preveriti s strani učenca. Pri tem sem povzela različne učinke, ki jih ima lahko domača naloga na učenca. V empiričnem delu sem se osredotočila na mnenje učencev glede domačih nalog, in sicer glede pomembnosti, uporabnosti, zanimivosti in količine le-teh. Osredotočila sem se predvsem na domače naloge pri matematiki, ki jo bom v bodoče tudi poučevala.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:učitelj, didaktična načela
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2017
Publisher:[A. Habjan]
Number of pages:51 str., [3] str. pril.
UDC:373.3(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:11694665 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:The views and experiences of pupils with regard to homework in mathematics from the third cycle of elementary school
Abstract:
The importance of homework has changed dramatically over the last years. Nowadays, homework does not just have a repetition function in a learned school, but it can also be given to students as a preparation for a new learning material, research of an unknown, etc., having an important educational and educational function. Homework assignments can greatly contribute to achieving learning objectives and student progress. It is precisely because of this that homework assignments must be carefully planned, adequately delivered and verified by teachers. In this context, the role of parents is also important to provide the student with all the support and to provide him with the appropriate space, etc., so that the student can fulfill the task. In the thesis I described the importance and goals of homework, and the types of homework. I mentioned three principles that play an important role in them, explaining how to homework assign, mediate and how to check the homework by the teacher, as well as how to perform and verify the homework only by the student. In this, I summarized the different effects that the homework can have on the student. In the empirical part, I focused on the students' perceptions of homework, namely the importance, usefulness, interest and quantity of them. I focused primarily on homework assignments in mathematics, the subject of which I will continue to teach in the future.

Keywords:primary education, pupil, homework, osnovnošolski pouk, učenec, domača naloga

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