THE COOPERATION BETWEEN THE PRESCHOOL INSTITUTIONS AND PARENTS ABOUT THE CHILDREN’S PORTFOLIOS – A CASE STUDY

Adelina Hajrullahu, Lena Damovska

Abstract


The cooperation between the Preschool Institutions and the parents whose children attend these institutions is an important issue. We say so, because, as we know, children are very sensitive and they have complex needs. The children’s development has several stages, and pedagogues (Vygotsky, Commenius, Dewei, Bruner, etc.) have given different ideas concerning these stages. People who work with children should be familiar with all of them. We suppose that educators who work with children know the stages of the children’s development, but it is very important for the parents to be familiar with them as well. The cooperation between the PIs and the parents, the modalities of cooperation in Kosovo as well as the cooperation about the portfolios are just some of the issues treated in this article. 

 

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children, parents, cooperation, preschool institutions, portfolio

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