ABOUT THE RESEARCH

n September 2015, we carried out a test among some pupils of the second grade, which gave us an insight into the initial state of auditory and visual attention. We chose one experimental class and two control classes.

Before the test, we put forward the following hypotheses:  

  • With an everyday, targeted conduct of exercises for the fostering of active attention, auditory attention improves.
  • With an everyday, targeted conduct of exercises for the fostering of active attention, visual attention improves.
  • With an everyday, targeted conduct of exercises for the fostering of active attention, the pupils' concentration increases, which has a positive impact on the number of mistakes.
  • With an everyday, targeted conduct of exercises for the fostering of active attention, pupils increase the speed of information processing, which improves the work pace.
  • With an everyday, targeted conduct of exercises for the fostering of active attention, the pupils strengthen their memory.

 

Work with the experimental class took place every day for 15 minutes. During this time, the pupils did various exercises for the fostering of auditory and visual attention. 

In mid-December 2015, in March 2016 and in June 2016, we re-tested all three classes of second-graders. The results confirmed our hypotheses.

p

POZORKO - THE MOTHER LODE OF IDEAS FOR THE FOSTERING OF ACTIVE ATTENTION

POZORKO is a didactic aid which can help you foster active attention, and at the same time a basis for the development of your creativity as regards interaction with children.

Do you want to know more?

Check here!

p