Samoprocjena stavova studenata odgojiteljskog studija prema roditeljima i radu s njima

Adrijana K. Višnjić Jevtić, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Učiteljski fakultet, Republika Hrvatska, imejl:
Maja D. Pajtak, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Učiteljski fakultet, Republika Hrvatska
Иновације у настави, XXXII, 2019/4, стр. 69–80

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doi: 10.5937/inovacije1904069V

Rezime: U ovom radu bavimo se samoprocjenom stavova studenata Ranog i predškolskog odgoja i obrazovanja prema roditeljima i radu s roditeljima. Cilj istraživanja bio je utvrditi postoje li razlike u stavovima studenata odgojiteljskog studija u shvaćanju uloge roditelja, mišljenja o roditeljima, te o karakteristikama koje podupiru pozitivne odnose s roditeljima, odnosno o karakteristikama roditelja koje mogu stvarati zapreke pozitivnim odnosima s roditeljima s obzirom na dob i godinu studija. Provedeno je istraživanje među studentima (N = 190) preddiplomskog studija Ranog i predškolskog odgoja i obrazovanja (prva i treća godina), te studentima diplomskog studija (prva godina) Učiteljskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Istraživanje je provedeno pomoću prilagođenog anketnog upitnika (Meehan & Meehan, 2017). Tijekom analize rezultata utvrđeno je da postoje statistički značajne razlike ovisno o dobi i godini studija u percepcijama studenata odgojiteljskog studija prema roditeljima i suradnji s roditeljima.

Ključne riječi: rani i predškolski odgoj i obrazovanje, roditelji, samoprocjena, studenti, suradnja s roditeljima.

 

Summary:  This paper deals with the self-assessment of the views held by students of Early and Preschool Education at the University of Zagreb on parents and teacher-parent cooperation. The aim of the research was to determine if there are differences in the views among the preschool teacher education students regarding parents, the role they play, and the characteristics that may enable or hinder positive relations with parents, given the students’ age and their year of study. The research was conducted among the undergraduate students (N=190) (1st and 3rd year) of Early and Preschool Education, as well as amomg the students on the 1st year of their Master’s studies at the Teacher Education Faculty of the University of Zagreb. The research was carried out by using a survey questionnaire adapted in accordance with the Meehan and Meehan instrument (2017). The obtained results indicate that, depending on their age and the current year of study, there are statistically significant differences in students’ perception of parents and teacher-parent cooperation. Keywords: early childhood and preschool education, parents, self-assessment, students, teacher-parent cooperation.

Keywords: early childhood and preschool education, parents, self-assessment, students, te-acher-parent cooperation.

 

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