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    Börjesson, Annika
    et al.
    University of Skövde, School of Humanities and Informatics.
    Yngve, Linda
    University of Skövde, School of Humanities and Informatics.
    Barns fysiska aktivitet och koncentrationsförmåga: En kvalitativ studie om förskollärares syn på relationen mellan barns fysiska aktivitet och koncentrationsförmåga.2013Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The aim of this study is to examine, through a qualitative method, pre-school teachers views on the relationship between children’s physical activity and ability to concentrate in gatherings in pre-school. The result of the study has been analyzed based on Säljö’s (2000) socio-cultural perspective. The study was conducted by interviews. By aid from previously research about children’s physical activity, ability to concentrate and learning, has the result been processed and can be understood through different views. The result shows that pre-school teachers believe that physical activity is equal to that children are moving. The pre-school teachers also mean that children’s ability to concentrate depends on how the pre-school teacher manages to engage the children’s interests through their own commitment and enthusiasm, and how the environment is designed. Some of the pre-school teachers mean that children only are able to concentrate while they are sitting still, another believes that children are able to concentrate while moving. The pre-school teachers can see a connection between children’s physical activity and ability to concentrate. They believe that they in different ways can benefit children’s ability to concentrate by using physical activity in gatherings. This is also the conclusion of the study. Some of the pre-school teachers believe that physical activity can be a natural part of the gathering. Others mean that physical activity can be added to the gatherings when they notice that the children are not, according to the pre-school teachers, able to concentrate in a gathering. To ensure the result and increase knowledge among people active in pre-school, more research is required in the topic.

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