Medpredmetno povezovanje gibanja in glasbe v zgodnjem obdobju otroštva

  • Miha Marinšek University of Maribor, Faculty of Education https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2018-0059
  • Manja Šumer Primary School Prežihovega Voranca
  • Olga Denac University of Maribor, Faculty of Education
Keywords: movement skills, rhythmic abilities, principle of integration, integration of movement and music, experimental programme

Abstract

Integration of Movement and Music in Early Childhood. The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of an experimental programme based on the integration of movement and music on the development of fundamental movement skills and rhythmic abilities. Sixtytwo children aged from 5 to 6 years participated in the study. Results showed that children who were included in the music and movement  programme as well as those included in the movement-only programme improved more in fundamental movement skills and rhythmic abilities than children from the control group. Considering the principle of horizontal integration of different curricular areas and different viewpoints on the child’s development and
learning, the experimental music and movement programme proved to be more effective.

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Author Biographies

Miha Marinšek, University of Maribor, Faculty of Education

PhD. Associate professor. Maribor, Slovenia. E-mail: miha.marinsek@um.si

Manja Šumer, Primary School Prežihovega Voranca

Maribor, Slovenia.

Olga Denac, University of Maribor, Faculty of Education

PhD. Full professor. Maribor, Slovenia. E-mail: olga.denac@um.si

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Published
2020-07-08
How to Cite
MarinšekM., ŠumerM., & DenacO. (2020). Medpredmetno povezovanje gibanja in glasbe v zgodnjem obdobju otroštva. Journal of Elementary Education, 13(2), 169-192. https://doi.org/10.18690/rei.13.2.169-192.2020
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Scientific Articles