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 YAN Jing-hua,A Suggestive Study on Factors of Teacher-children Relations in Foreign Countries[J].JORNAL OF NINGBO,2017,39(1):126-132.





A Suggestive Study on Factors of Teacher-children Relations in Foreign Countries
闫婧华1 2
(1. 西北师范大学 教育学院,甘肃 兰州 730070;2. 甘肃省教育科学研究所 学前教育研究室,甘肃 兰州 730000)
YAN Jing-hua1 2
(1. College of Education, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou 730070, China; 2. Division of Preschool Education, Gansu Education Science Institute, Lanzhou 730000, China)
teacher-children relation teachers self-efficacy parent-teacher interaction
Teacher-children relation is of great significance to the children’s development, which has been widely concerned by foreign researchers. This study found that overseas research mainly considered the factors of teachers, children and environment in the teacher-children relations in line with children’s growth and traits. The findings suggested that such steps are needed as improving teachers’ qualifications and in-service training, creating a good social environment for public opinion, and adjusting the kindergarten facilities to ensure children’s development of interests


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收稿日期:2016-06-11作者简介:闫婧华(1984 -),女,陕西宝鸡人,中学一级/博士研究生,主要
更新日期/Last Update: 2017-01-11