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Comparison of the Perceptions between Teachers and Parents on the Role and Operation of Early Childhood Education and Development Institute
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Comparison of the Perceptions between Teachers and Parents on the Role and Operation of Early Childhood Education and Development Institute
Lee, Hye-Jeung; Lee, In-Hoi; Lee, Ji-Hye;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions between teachers and parents on the role and operation of Sejong Special Self-Governing City Early Childhood Education and Development Institute (ECED). The conclusions were as follows: First, more than 96% of the teachers and parents perceived that it was necessary to establish ECED, and the major role of the institute should be providing experience-based educational program. Second, the program of the institute should be organized based on interest induction of children and their creativity development, and cultural art experience-based education was the most desirable program for the weekend. Third, for the teacher support programs, professional development and empathy ability improvement were the key of the program, whereas the parents perceived that communication skills with their children and understanding of child development were essential. As a result, it was obvious that the needs of ECED establishment from teachers and parents were high, and the perceptions of both sides were not different.
 Keywords
Parents;Role of Early Childhood Educationf and Development Institute;Teachers;
 Language
Korean
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