원예활동이 발달장애 아동의 사회・정서 발달과 자기표현 능력에 미치는 영향

Title
원예활동이 발달장애 아동의 사회・정서 발달과 자기표현 능력에 미치는 영향
Other Titles
Effects of Horticultural Activities on Socio-emotional Development and Self-expression of Children with Developmental Disabilities
Author(s)
이민정오욱장자순
Keywords
Achievement motivation; Curiosity; Dependence on teacher; Flower arrangement; Internal control; Planting; Social interaction; Stability
Issue Date
201312
Publisher
한국인간식물환경학회
Citation
한국인간식물환경학회지, v.16, no.6, pp.353 - 359
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of single horticultural activities including planting and flower arrangement activities on the socio-emotional development and the enhancement of self-expression in children with developmental disabilities. Among 12 children with developmental disabilities who use early childhood education class in a welfare center for the disabilities located in Daegu,6 children were provided with planting activities and the rest were provided with flower arrangement activities, with 10 sessions for each group. The analysis of the levels of socio-emotional development before and after the horticultural activities indicated that the total score was 19.16 points higher in flower arrangement group than the level in planting group (P<0.05). In terms of sub-items, flower arrangement group had 4.90 points higher in Inner Control (P<0.05), 8.16points higher in Interaction with peers (P<0.01), and 3.40 points higher in curiosity (P<0.01) sub-items than planting group. The results of measuring the degree of self-expression enhancement after the horticultural activities also show that the total score was 7.27 points higher (P<0.05) in flower arrangement group than the one in planting group. Regarding sub-items, the scores were 1.60 higher in intellectual expression (P<0.05), 1.40 higher in social expression (P<0.05),and 2.73 higher in physical expression (P<0.01) sub-items for flower arrangement group compared to scores from planting group. The summary of results above indicates that flower arrangement activities were more effective in enhancing self-expression in children with developmental disabilities than planting activities. In conclusion, horticultural activities requiring flowers that stimulate the senses gave positive effects on the socio-emotional development and the enhancement of self-expression in children with developmental disabilities.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/27863
ISSN
1226-9778
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