Individualization of forming health culture in schoolchildren of Polish schools

Keywords: gender approach

Abstract

The aim is to highlight the issues of gender education and individual characteristics of schoolchildren in the formation of their health culture due to school conditions. Material: content analysis of domestic and foreign authors. Results . Determined that the peculiarities of forming health culture of schoolchildren make for the specifics of school age (primary school age - 6/7 - 10/11 years; teen school age - 12/13 - 15/16 years). It is found that the level of formation of health culture in childhood will depend on the next person’s lifestyle, the level of his personal potential. Gender approach in pedagogy can overcome entrenched negative gender stereotypes, to develop a set of approaches aimed at helping children to easily go through the process of socialization and gender identity. Conclusions: information about formation schoolchildren health culture should be provided necessarily considering age and individual characteristics of schoolchildren, because otherwise it can be confusing for them and as a consequence is not only beneficial, but also harm.

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2015-01-28
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Yermakova T. Individualization of forming health culture in schoolchildren of Polish schools. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2015;19(1):29-3. https://doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2015.0106
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