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Parents' attitude to the determination of school maturity in kindergartens and within enrolment for the 1st grade of elementary school



The subject of the bachelor work is school maturity among preschoolers who start the first grade of primary schools. In the theoretical part I describe what the school maturity is, what it consists of, how it is tested and what effect this testing has for further development of the individual. Testing of the school maturity of children in kindergartens is carried out with screening. This testing is provided in kindergartens by external child psychologists from pedagogical-psychological counseling, and it is completely voluntary. However, preschoolers go through another type of testing of the school maturity within an enrollment in the first grade of primary schools. In this case, the testing is compulsory. The aim of the practical part of the bachelor work is to investigate parents' attitude to the testing of the school maturity, to compare the two methods of the testing, and to determine parents' reaction to recommendations and results of the testing. The final task of the practical part of the bachelor work is to provide a feedback to directors of kindergartens within their project of investigating the school maturity with screening. The purpose is to improve a cooperation between kindergartens and parents. KEYWORD

Topics: zápis do 1. třídy základní školy; enrollment in the first grade of primary school; school maturity; školní zralost; school readiness; školní připravenost
Year: 2015
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