The relationship between school adjustment of preschool children and parenting style attitude
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CitationYalçın, V, Erbil Kaya, Ö. M. (2020). he relationship between school adjustment of preschool children and parenting style attitude. Anadolu Journal of Educational Sciences International (AJESI), 10 (1), 74-110.
The research was carried out using the explanatory sequential mixed method design of the mixed method designs. In the quantitative part of the study, the sample group consisted of 380 children, their families and teachers, and the qualitative part participants consisted of 9 children, 9 families and 9 teachers. As a result of the study, it was concluded that there was a statistically significant difference between the employment status of the mothers and the overprotective parent attitudes. Teachers stated that there were children in their classroom who did not like school and showed the behavior of not wanting to come to school and that these were caused by reasons such as family problems, over-dependence on the mother and absenteeism. The conclusion has been reached that some teachers were not aware of children who have problems with school adjustment. It was found that a part of the parents stated that their children did not want to go to school because of reasons such as getting caught up in play at home, sleeping problems (being unable to wake up in the morning) and making excuses not to go.
SourceAnadolu Journal of Educational Sciences International (AJESI)
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