Aktywność twórcza a korzystanie z urządzeń ekranowych przez dzieci w wieku przedszkolnym

Karolina Appelt,

Marta Jarzembowska

Abstrakt
Creative Activity and the Use of Multimedia Devices by Children at Preschool Age
 
The article presents the results of own research whose purpose was to answer the question whether screen time is related to the level of creative activity of preschool children. The relationship between creative activity and the possession of electronic devices by preschool children was also examined. 32 children aged 5 years and 1 month to 6 years and 11 months and their parents took part in the research conducted in 2018. The research tools used were: (1) The Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production (TCT-DP) Form A of Urban and Jellen (1996) in the Polish adaptation of Matczak, Jaworowska, Stańczak (2000), (2) Questionnaire for parents and teachers: How creative is the child? and (3) Questionnaire regarding the use of multimedia devices by preschool children. The obtained results indicate a relationship between screen time and the level of creative activity of preschool children. Studies show that the amount of free time spent with a multimedia device by a child after returning from kindergarten correlates negatively with the various dimensions of creative thinking. Children who more often play without using multimedia devices show greater creative ability manifested in the child’s basic forms of activity during this period: play, art and language activities.
Słowa kluczowe: creative thinking, creative activity, multimedia devices, preschool age, development, screen time
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