Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Psychology
Pomeranian University in Slupsk
Dr. Maria Aleksandrovch is an academic teacher and a holder of the Award in Didactical Excellence. Her field of scientific interests is Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Individual Differences, Psychology of Gifted and Talented, Psychology of Dance. She has authored a monography, textbooks, book chapters, peer-reviewed articles and co-edited 5 books. She is III level trainer of Veronica Sherborne Developmental Movement. She is a Member of APA, ISSBD, ISSID, CORD, SDR. ATEE and IPIE.
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Just plasticine – a way for creativity developmentPaperTalent Education 2020Since 1897, when William Harbutt and Franz Kolb invented plasticine we have a flexible material for play and creativity development. Plasticine challenges us with its characteristics and uncounted variants of modelling possibilities. In educational and therapeutic work well organized activities with plasticine helps in the development of fine motor skills … More