On the Relationship Between Children’s Social Development and Their Class Conditions at Kindergarten in the Undeveloped Region



The research purpose is to know the relationship between children’s social development and the class-condition of kindergarten. Research methods are the questionnaire investigation and interview method. The class-condition of 54 classes is overall measured by questionnaire investigation for some preschool education group in Yanbian County of Sichuan province, in China. The social development of 30 children is known by observation and interview method in the same preschool education group. The obtained data is processed by SPSS.22 in the PC. The results of the study are that: (a) Most of the children’s social development is good, especially in the aspect of social interaction and self control; but most of the children have not still formed good habits. (b) Most of the classes in the kindergarten do well nurse in daily life, curriculum classes and children’s development evaluation; but there is shortage in the decorating wall among most of the classes in kindergarten. (c) It is analyzed by stepwise regression for the social development of children including each factor as the dependent variable and each factor among class-conditions of the kindergarten as the independent variable. The result shows that nursing in daily life and decorating wall entered the regression equation. It is clear that nursing in daily life and the decorating wall have important influence on children’s social development. The conclusions are that teachers should pay attention to the cultivation of the children’s good habits; that teachers should strengthen the decorating wall in class; that teachers should look at the class everyday life care as an important part of the job.


Children; The social development; The condition in class

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9202


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