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Introduction. During jazz studies, a student develops not only the skill to play the chosen instrument or the vocal technique, but also participates at sessions of playing music in groups. To successfully incorporate in this creative process, theory-wise, practical and psychological readiness is needed, as well as cooperation skills.Aim of the Study. To find possibilities to develop cooperation skills during acquisition process of jazz singing.Materials and Methods. Analysis of pedagogical and psychological theory, pedagogical observation, analysis of artistic experience, questionnaires.Results. Results of questionnaires have been summarised, possibilities to develop cooperation skills during acquisition process of jazz singing have been found.Conclusions. It is necessary to develop contents of studies, drawing more attention to sessions of playing music in groups, purposefully preparing students for work in groups, taking into account individual readiness and gradualness.
Introduction. In playing percussion instruments, the main activity takes place through movement or motorics, it requires a developed sensomotor coordination.Aim of the Study. Study and verify development of youth's sensomotor coordination in acquisition of playing the percussion instruments.Materials and Methods. Theory methods - analysis of pedagogical, psychological literature; empiric - testing with Vienna test (SMC), ascertaining and forming experiment, parametric statistic analysis.Results. The best results of initial SMC tests belong to the group of professional percussion instrument players, on average by 3.22% worse results were found in the experimental group and by 2% lower results in comparison to the experimental group were found in the control group. In the repeated SMC tests with the experimental group that exercised coordination of percussion instrument play for 6 months, a significant improvement in the indicator characterising sensomotor coordination abilities was found.Conclusions. Extended and regular play of percussion instruments, as well regular training at coordination exercises of percussion instrument play prepared by the author of the research even in six months efficiently develop the youth's sensomotor coordination.
Learning disabilities, often connected with reading disorders, present major challenges to the educational system. Specific reading disability is a persistent reading dysfunction. A person with a specific reading disability is unable to acquire reading skills disregarding sufficient intellectual and speech capabilities and normal speech and hearing analizator function in an optimal learning environment. New non-medication problem solutions are constantly searched for. Since modern technology and knowledge about alternative treatment of pathology such as tension-type headache that can cause learning difficulties and consequently, develop reading disorders, is constantly developing, the importance of the Biofeedback (BFB) method is increasing.The aim of the study was to determine the efficiency of BFB on children with migraine and learning disorders, including reading disorder.Theoretical methods: analysis of medical, psychological and pedagogical literature; empirical methods: testing with Task Force® Monitor device (CNSystems Medizintechnik AG), Analog Visual Scale, Biofeedback X-pert 2000, parametric statistic analyses, a complex evaluation of cognitive abilities was used to detect specific reading disorders. Five boys with migraine and learning disorders accompanied with dyslexia participated in this study, age 10 ± 0,5.The children took part in 12 BFB temperature sessions, resulting in a reduced frequency of migraine attacks from 7 - 1 times, 3,0 ± 2,3 times a month on average. No changes in migraine intensity were observed. Two participants stopped use of tranquilizers, that could be explained with a positive BFB effect on the autonomic nervous system. All participants showed a better academic performance and a trend of improved reading fluency at the end of the course.The acquired data and literature analysis show that the usage of BFB has a potential in migraine treatment in children, it increases the quality of life and reduces learning and reading disorders. An increase in efficiency is possible with the inclusion of relaxation training. To reduce reading and language disorders, a complex system of therapeutic methods, including BFB, coordination exercises of percussion instrument play, relaxation and cognitive training sessions should be developed.
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