PRESCHOOL TEACHERS’ VIEWS TOWARD HOME VISITS IN THE ACTIVITY OF FAMILY PARTICIPATION WITHIN THE PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM

Emine Yilmaz Bolat

Abstract


The aim of this study is to determine preschool teachers’ views on home visits. The study used a semi-structured interview to collect data. The form was developed by the researcher and it consists of two sections: a demographic information section and the views on home visits of preschool teachers’ section. Thirty preschool teachers participated in this study. The results of the research suggested that the pre-school teachers thought that they needed to make home visits to children with problems, to get information about the child’s home environment, to get to know the child, and to learn about their family relations. 

 

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preschool teachers, family participation, home visit

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