Predstavy žiakov o vylučovacej a endokrinnej sústave

Milan Kubiatko

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Cieľom výskumu bolo zistiť predstavy žiakov druhého stupňa základných škôl o vylučovacej a endokrinnej sústave. Predvýskumu sa zúčastnilo 78 respondentov a hlavného výskumného šetrenia 204 respondentov. Ako výskumný nástroj slúžil obrys ľudského tela, do ktorého respondenti zakresľovali požadované informácie. Ďalším cieľom bolo determinovať vplyv vybraných premenných, ktoré môžu vplývať na úroveň mylných predstáv. Medzi tieto premenné patrili: gender, umiestnenie základnej školy (vidiek vs. mesto), navštevovaný ročník, prítomnosť lekára v rodine a vnímanie vlastného zdravia. Na určenie rozdielu medzi skupinami nezávislých premenných bola použitá analýza rozptylu. Pri porovnaní vylučovacej a endokrinnej sústavy boli orgány vylučovacej sústavy zakresľované častejšie. Premenné s významným vplyvom na predstavy žiakov o vylučovacej a endokrinnej sústave boli gender, navštevovaný ročník, umiestnenie školy a vnímanie vlastného zdravia.


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