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Teme
2010, vol. 34, br. 4, str. 1231-1245
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 02/03/2011
Stilovi učenja u funkciji unapređivanja motoričkog učenja
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Fakultet sporta i fizičkog vaspitanja

e-adresa: tntubic@nadlanu.com

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Kako učiti da bi efekat bio najbolji mogući? Kako da treneri i nastavnici planiraju treninge ili časove da bi bili sigurni da su svi učenici ili igrači uključeni na optimalan način? Kako pomoći detetu pri motoričkom učenju i vežbanju ako znamo koji stil učenja mu najviše odgovara? U ovom radu su ponuđeni odgovori na ova i slična pitanja koji mogu da pomognu nastavnicima fizičkog vaspitanja i trenerima u sagledavanju mogućnosti koje im stoje na raspolaganju u cilju postizanja što boljih rezultata u radu sa svakom osobom pojedinačno. Nakon upoznavanja sa definicijom i pojedinim vrstama stilova učenja, akcenat u radu je na pedagoškim implikacijama konkretnog modela stilova učenja u oblasti sporta i fizičkih aktivnosti. Preporuke za rad trenerima i nastavnicima fizičkog vaspitanja omogućavaju unapređivanje motoričkog učenja pomoću planske i sistematske primene psiholoških saznanja o stilovima učenja u kineziologiji.

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