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Recommended plant species for school enviroment

By Jasna Grudiček-Kozjak, Ljerka Klarić, Blanka Pazman and Katarina Vusić

Abstract

Proučavajući gradsko zelenilo posebnu pažnju treba obratiti na školska dvorišta, koja bi u novoj koncepciji škole trebala postati učionice. To su mjesta koja služe za boravak učenika u slobodno vrijeme pa moraju biti uredna, oku ugodna i interesantna. Pogodna za proučavanja brojnih sadržaja vezanih uz nastavu i izvannastavne aktivnosti. Izuzetno je važno kod učenika razvijati pozitivne psihofizičke osobine, poticati usvajanje novih znanja i vještina u zdravom okruženju. Ovakav pristup učenju i ulozi okoliša u odgoju, trebao bi pobuditi interes za prirodno i stvoriti čim ranije što intimniju vezu učenika i prirode.In examining green fields and parks in a city, one must take a closer look at the schoolsyards and playgrounds, which should become open air classrooms in a new school system. These school areas must be clean and appealing to students, who are their primary occupants during the breaks and leisure time activities. In order to encourage motivation to learn, these parks and playgrounds should contain various educational facilities. It is of paramount importance to develop students\u27 physical and mental abilities, expand their capacity to learn new skills and disciplines, all of which will be supported through appropriate schoolyards and parks as part of a comprehensive educational structure. Conducting classes and student activities in school parks will spur the interest in nature among students, helping them develop an appreciation for natural environment and encourage the love and care for nature at an early age

Publisher: Croatian society of agronomist
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:hrcak.srce.hr:2236

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