Mogućnosti razvijanja analitičko-sintetičkog mišljenja učenika primenom sistema didaktičkih igara

  • Biljana Stojanović Fakultet pedagoških nauka Univerziteta u Kragujevcu, Fakultet u Jagodini
Кључне речи: analitičko-sintetičko mišljenje; nastava; sistem didaktičkih igara; učenik.

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Cilj ovog istraživanja je bio da se ispita mogućnost podsticanja razvoja analitičko-sintetičkog mišljenja učenika, primenom sistema didaktičkih igara. Istraživački dizajn je podrazumevao primenu eksperimenta sa paralelnim grupama na uzorku 163 učenika prvog razreda osnovne škole (6,5-7,5 godina). Primenjeni instrument je Kosov test sastavljanja kocki, koji meri analitičko-sintetičku sposobnost mišljenja. Rezultati istraživanja pokazali su da sistem didaktičkih igara nije značajno uticao na sposobnost analitičko-sintetičkog mišljenja učenika na datom uzorku, jer se između učenika kontrolne i eksperimentalne grupe u finalnom ispitivanju nije pojavila statistički značajna razlika. S obzirom da su zabeleženi i pozitivni efekti primenjenog postupka kod učenika eksperimentalne grupe, kao što su ukupna atmosfera na času, zadovoljstvo učenika, visoka motivacija za rad, bogatija komunikacija i dr., potrebno je razmotriti primenu igre u realizaciji nastavnih sadržaja, posebno u mlađim razredima osnovne škole.

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