The influence of coordination on the attention stability of children with different nervous system typologie

Georgiy Georgievich Polevoy
2019 Praxis & Saber  
The aim of the study is to define the influence of coordination abilities on attention stability development in first graders with different strengths of nervous system. Sixty 7- to 8-year-old schoolchildren from a usual comprehensive school participated in the research. Prior to the research, all children had been differentiated on equal 3 groups. The pedagogical experiment continued 7 months. During research there were changes in the groups. In the group KG, in the Shuttle run test,
more » ... run test, indicators have worsened from 10,3±0,6 s. to 10,4±0,6 s. (P>0,05), and in the methodic Bourdon Test indicators have worsened on 0,1 p. (P>0,05). In the group EG-2, in which schoolchildren were engaged taking into account the nervous system typology, there were considerable and positive changes. In the Shuttle run test indicators have improved from 10,3±0,6 s. to 9,7±0,5 s. (P<0,05), and in the methodic Bourdon Test indicators have improved on 1,4 p. (P<0,05). If the differentiated approach based on the typology is used, the indicators of movement coordination and attention stability will improve considerably during training.
doi:10.19053/22160159.v10.n24.2019.9977 fatcat:mxmcuwmxpvgurdweoxijdsrpse