Personal Adaptation and Spiritual Potential in Childhood Today in the Lithuania

Ralys, Kestutis; Burvyte, Sigita
March 2012
Sociology Study;Mar2012, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p168
Academic Journal
The Lithuania 2011 Childhood is not just a product of human development but also a product of society's educational and spiritual culture development. This paper aims to disclose hew nowadays the family helps the child to develop adaptation instruments which would help to adapt to the society-in a micro-macro environment to show what helps the child to become a member of a social group of the society, what adaptation problems arise during the childhood. Problems of school adaptation of the first-forms have not been properly assessed and analysed so far, though they foresee the future. No proper attention has been paid to the development of the harmonious personality during the pre-school period and to the correction of their adaptation during the first-school year. The paper deals with the child's experiences of the pre-school period as the factor influencing school adaptation in the first form. Variety and quality of children's experiences are directly related and most of all depend on the family of the spiritual institution, so its impact is the strongest in terms of the development of the child's personality. The goal is to disclose the importance of self-development in childhood, which determines future success. The object is self-development during childhood today in the Lithuania Methods of investigation are: the analysis of pedagogical, psychological, philosophical literature; the analysis of empirical researches and statistic data; and the method of observation. The hypothesis is: The cause of the first-formers' school adaptation difficulties incompletely realised adaptation potential during the pre-school period.


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