Social-Family Background, Nutrition, Physical Education

Volume 1, Issue 1 (2011)

Social-Family Background, Nutrition, Physical Education
Josip Lepeš
The success of students at school is influenced by how the knowledge is attained. Family, media and the same age groups largely contribute to it. The recent Vojvodina practice of home training is not so much attractive. A family is very complex formation, which is influenced not only by economic possibilities and habits but many other factors as well. Home training depends on the method of its constitutive thinking and human nature, It is essential if the given subculture recognizes the school performance and erudition. There are a lot of evidences for facilitating or slowing of the improvement of a child by positive or negative effects of its environment. To nurture them, to protect them and to train them is the responsibility of their environment. Measurements up to the present were concentrated on the effects on the childhood development, but the factors that trigger or modify these effects are less concerned about. Development of a child depends on its environment. Theory of demand hierarchy is widespread in pedagogy. The activity of the individual is driven by the presence of hunger, fatigue and lack of sleep.
social background, physical education, nutrition
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