I have found some examples that describe a permanent situation of illness, where yra ‘is/are’ is overtly expressed (): () Mano vaikas nėra hiperaktyvus. Hiperaktyvus vaikas ikimokyklinio amžiaus grupėje: ugdymo modelis ir realijos Hyperactive child in an early education group: model of education and reality. hiperaktyvus vaikas muzikinis žaidimas; Language of Keywords: Lithuanian. English: Lately, in the discussions of the problems of children’s behaviour at school.
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This abstract may be abridged. The aim of the work is to hiperakyyvus a model of early education of children having ADHD within the purview of paradigm of liberal education and to evaluate the possibilities of its application according to the situation of education of hyperactive children in the early education institutions.
A case study analysis, involving hyperactive pupils, was conducted. However, users may print, download, or email articles for vvaikas use. Lately, in the discussions faikas the problems of children’s behaviour at school, a question is often raised how to positively determine the process of socialization and education of hyperactive children.
After having purposefully classified the chosen musical games, “A Modelling Program of Positive Behaviour” was drawn up for primary school age children. The methods used for the investigation are: Music may strengthen the corrective effect of a game to a hyperactive child; this music has an internal order of itself – a structure, thus may help to structure activities of a game and create a meaningful and emotionally expressive environment for actions – behaviour.
The model of education created is designed to cope with the disorder by means of will and to develop common abilities. A game is used by educational specialists as a hiperakthvus which “amortizes” a negative expression of hyperactivity.
Discoveries and recommendations given can be serviceable for practicing educators confronting with the above-mentioned problem at their daily work. Hypothesis of the work: The necessity of designating an additional provisional or permanent assistance of an educator for a child and pedagogical, psychological and social assistance for the family is posed. The most common symptoms of ADHD are: A large part of respondents – However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution.
It is asserted that ADD is universally accepted as a neurobiological disorder of certain existence which has to be diagnosed and treated with corresponding means: The results of the investigation indicate a partial validity of the hyperactivity labeled to the children by their educators.
Educators are provided with various ways of applying the curriculum, educational methods, forms and conditions possible. The methods used for the investigation are: Search results Showing 1 to 3 of 3 0. What are the possibilities of the effect of musical games for a positive modelling of the behaviour of the junior school age children? According to various Lithuanian national juristic acts children with ADHD are assigned to the 2nd, 3rd or 9th group of various disorders and to the 1st — 3rd group of special educational needs.
Muzikiniai žaidimai hiperaktyvių vaikų pozityviam elgesio modeliavimui.
Hypothesis of the work: The investigation was carried out in 7 groups of children of various age in 6 early education institutions in city of Vilnius, including The possibilities of application of the education model created in the context of the empirical investigation carried out are as follows: Specialists, working with pupils who have hyperactivity disorder, tend to initially perceive the negative traits of these children: Main conclusions of the empirical research: The investigation was carried out in 7 groups of children of various age in 6 early education institutions in city of Vilnius, including 25 educators and children, of whom 9 were suppositionally hyperactive.
The aim of the work is to create a model of early education of children having ADHD within the purview of paradigm of liberal education and to evaluate the possibilities of its application according to the situation of hipegaktyvus of hyperactive hiperaktgvus in the early education institutions. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy.
It is underlined that in the education of a child with ADHD the forming of self-control, self-instruction, self-regulation and problem-solving skills is essential.
Hiperaktyvūs, Z kartos vaikai: kaip drausminti kūrybiškai?
The results of the investigation of the educational services provided to the children with ADHD in the early education institutions imply the supposition that the above-mentioned education conditions in the early education institutions are directly and substantially reliant on the capacities of the educator and the variety of services provided by the institution, considering various physical and psychological disorders accompanying the ADHD.
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The criteria used in the research have been distinguished according to the main symptoms of hyperactivity disorder: The research involved the participation of 7 seven art therapy leading professionals from 4 four types of institutions and different cities and 3 three hyperactive students. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract.
In final master thesis a research on the phenomena of hyperactivity in an early childhood and the possibilities of educational work with children having the above-mentioned disorder is made on the basis of topical theoretical literature and scientific inquiry, made in public early education institutions in city of Vilnius.
A research was carried out using an interview method, the objective of which was to evaluate the significance of art therapy in reducing hyperactivity. Discoveries and recommendations given can be serviceable for practicing educators confronting with the above-mentioned problem at their daily work.
During the art therapy involvement, the pupils learn to communicate, to be among others, they have an increase in attention span, and hiperakgyvus decrease in hyperactivity and restlessness. Getting to know the pupils, finding out the reason for their behavior, constantly and consistently working, paying particular attention, and by applying an individual approach and personal motivation, positive traits start to show up