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  • Kadrina 2008 Hobbyism Birgit Rae 10.a
  • Hobby, interest..what is that?
    • Interest, curiosity, willingness to find out, experiment or experience
    • Curiosity is a huge emotional driving force (liikumapanev jõud)
    • Child learns through interest, curiosity
    • Gets the corroboration (kinnitus) through observing, experimenting, exploring and playing
    • Keyword is playsomeness (mängulisus)
    • Teacher making subjects interesting and absorbing (köitev) => helps children to achieve advancement (edasijõudmine)
  • The value of hobbyism
    • ..is longstanding (interest education ) or short-term (interest activity ) instructed unforced activity
    • In 2007 UNICEF made an enquiry(küsitlus) in 5 European countries
    • 4,700 students, parents and teachers
  • Students:
    • Exciting extracurriculum activity (huviala)
    • self-development of different skills and knowledge
    • more praise than reprimand (noomitus)
    • experience of public performance
    • self-discovery
  • Parents, teachers:
    • physically and mentally tougher
    • takes more initiative and is capable to organise
    • more tolerant and outspoken (avameelne)
    • might have better orientation about future profession
    • less problems with misbehaviour
  • Home, examples/idols and choices
    • Home, parents, instructors etc. => primary examples
    • examples often chosen by emotions
    • Examples shape child's attitude, interests and values for entire life
    • Habits can be focused and directed
  • THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!
  • Sources:
    • Eesti Päevaleht (29 th October) “ Huvitegevus ja lapse areng ” by Toomas Palu
    • Pictures from Google search