Assessment of the Level of Pre-School Childrens’ Motor Skills

Authors

  • Ardian Shingjergji EU “Aleksandër Xhuvani, Faculty of Educational Sciences

Abstract

The synthesis of what the diverse authors’ viewpoints uphold regarding the pre-school children’s motor skills is that they are developed in the course of their age and maturity. Growing-up and development on one side, as well as factors suchlike the environment, exposure and directions, play a determinative role to this regard. It is the task of the pre-school specialists, managers and teachers to secure the systematic continuity of the ongoing programmes offered to enhance the development of the motor skills. Relying on the close understanding of the problems encountered in the Albanian reality, regarding the psychomotor education of the pre-school children, it is regrettably noticed that the development of the motor skills in the pre-school institutions, despite interventions and improvements made, still continues to be under the level of the contemporary experience. This results due to the fact that yet there isn’t a clear perception of the level of the psychomotor skills development, estimated by tests. Relevantly, the goal of this study is the measurement of the motor skills level in age-groups 4-6 years olds as well as providing a simple functional model for their assessment, based on the developed countries’ standards and experiences. Study methods include research, observation, surveying, testing, the statistical and computer processing, analyses and comparisons. This scale of study as well as the results deriving from it will serve to the pre-school teachers, directors of the pre-school institutions as well as students preparing as forthcoming teachers in the Faculty of Education Sciences.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n11p174

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Published

2013-11-05

How to Cite

Shingjergji, A. (2013). Assessment of the Level of Pre-School Childrens’ Motor Skills. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(11), 174. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/ajis/article/view/1477