Conceptual and Methodical Procedures of Psychomotor Learning

Jarmila Honzikova, Jan Janovec


Author article stakes part in several projects focused just on development of technical creativity and imagination in students of faculties of education, teachers and primary school pupils. The article deals with the teacher’s approach to the teaching of psychomotor skills, while specifically seeking to answer whether among teachers of technical education and practical activities, there are groups with significantly different approaches to teaching in terms of chosen objectives, methods and forms of teaching. This claim was first examined using a questionnaire survey focused on the objectives of education and further using Q-methodology concerning methods and forms. These examinations were performed as part of the “Nonverbal Creativity in Technical Education” project - GACR 406/07/0109 and as part of the “The Development of School-age Pupils’ Competencies in the Area of Psychomotor Skills” project by the Internal agency of the Faculty of Education at Jan Evangelista Purkyne University.

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