The formation of self-esteem in preschool children

- Кобильченко, В.В. (orcid.org/0000-0002-7717-5090) (2019) The formation of self-esteem in preschool children Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska, sectio N – Educatio Nova, 4. pp. 233-245. ISSN 2451-0491

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Abstract

The article analyzes the features, factors and determinants of the formation of self-esteem in pre-school children. It is established that the motivation for achievement is largely determined by the experience of early childhood and is most typical for those children who are used to success. Significant changes in a child’s self-esteem arise when he links his failures with the presence or absence of certain abilities and opportunities. It was found that in his day-today practical activities, the child seeks such results that meet his self-esteem, contribute to its stability, normalization. Self-evaluation, in turn, also depends on the results of the activity. It is with self-esteem that the level of claims is correlated. As a factor that determines satisfaction or dissatisfaction with activities, the level of claims is of great importance for children who are focused on avoiding failures.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: self-esteem; pre-school children
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 3 Social Sciences > 37 Education > 376 Education, teaching, training of special groups of persons. Special schools > 376.3 Виховання та освіта осіб із вадами зору, слуху, мови та нервовими захворюваннями.
Divisions: Mykola Yarmachenko Institute of special education and psychology of National academy of educational sciences of Ukraine > Department of education of children with vision disabilities
Depositing User: лаборант О. Васильєва
Date Deposited: 31 Jan 2020 15:13
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2020 22:13
URI: http://lib.iitta.gov.ua/id/eprint/719037

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