K psychologii láskyplného vztahu: pedagogické inspirace se zaměřením na předškolní výchovu
On the psychology of an affectionate relationship: Theoretical inspirations for pre-school education
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The paper focusses on the personal approach to a child in the pre-school phase of their life, which constitutes a complex of interconnected developmental influences and culminates when the child enters kindergarten. The personal approach includes (a) regard to important characteristics of pre-school children (to its dependence, openness to experience, potential and developmental prognosis) and (b) regard to critical incidents in its previous development (primary relationships and attachment, separation-individuation tendency, the onset of assertive self, integration into kindergarten). An affectionate relationship is a precondition for child’s development to progress naturally, in an uninhibited or deformed manner. An affectionate relationship of a kindergarten teacher has specific characteristics and finds realisation in her creative reflection on the child as a personality in forming.
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