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Nastava i vaspitanje
2002, vol. 51, iss. 4, pp. 302-313
article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified

The development of elementary physical education curriculum
University of Novi Sad, Teacher Training Faculty

Abstract

While the nineteenth century marked the problem of introduction and organization of elementary Physical Education teaching in the educational system, with a military orientation based on various gymnastics systems, the twentieth century marked the problem of a qualitative realization of Physical Education within the school system, aiming at a greater humanization of physical culture in general, Curricular changes in Serbia after the II WW were pedagogic and educational failures since the school was going around in vicious circles of the enlightenment pedagogy which believes that by accumulating knowledge it performs its social task. Physical education was reduced to acquisition of motor stereotypes, and the acquisition of skills that a student was not able or did not know how to use in life. The development of elementary Physical Education, at the beginning of the twenty first century, should aim at redefining purposes and goals in this educational area, at restructuring the contents (range, depth, and sequence of the elements of physical education -fundamental, auxiliary and supplementary), at rationalization of teaching and training methods, as well as at re-evaluation of the educational process (evaluation of progress instead of 'normative ' achievement evaluation).

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