Non-Formal Education of Children and Young People by Physical Activity
Research background. Physical activity is considered to be one of the most important opportunities for the realization of non-formal education, considering the groups of the most vulnerable persons, i.e. refugee children and young people. Physical activity and sport shape the development of human mobility and at the same time develop and strengthen all systems of the body. So the question arises, how does the development of personality occurs in the process of non-formal education? How is physical activity recognized through internal and external training / motivation factors? The above-mentioned aspects form the basis for the scientific problem of this study. The article analyses the contextualization of non-formal education development, deepens the basis of internal and external motivation in order to reveal informal education of refugee children and youth through physical activity.
The aim was to analyse the non-formal education of refugee children and youth through physical activity.
Method. The method of scientific literature analysis was used in the study.
Results and conclusions. When analysing the development of personality in the process of non-formal education, the conclusion is that non-formal education has its own origins and history, in which a flexible curriculum is suitable and freely available to such a target group as refugees. There is also a factor of internal and external motivation in the educational process, which could address the shortcomings of teaching / learning motivation, the difficulties of social adaptation, which is important in the analysis of non-formal education of refugees.
Keywords: non-formal education, refugees, physical activity, children and youth.