تقييم جودة بيئة رعاية الأطفال للأطفال الصغار من وجهة نظر الأمهات

  • سبحة حاكم اللحياني قسم رياض الأطفال - جامعة أم القرى - المملكة العربية السعودية
الكلمات المفتاحية: رعاية الأطفال، الأطفال الصغار، وجهة نظر الأمهات

الملخص

الخلفية: كان الغرض من الدراسة الحالية هو توضيح مدى أهمية بيئة رعاية الطفل المبكرة؛ كما تهدف هذه الدراسة إلى معرفة وجهة نظر الأمهات حول جودة التعليم والبيئة المحيطة في مرحلة الطفولة المبكرة في المملكة العربية السعودية. كما انه في هذه الأيام أصبحت غالبية الامهات من القوى العاملة، وبالتالي يكون لديهن وقت أقل مع أطفالهن. الأهمية: تبحث هذه الدراسة في وجهات نظر الأم حول تقييم جودة بيئة رعاية الأطفال الصغار. وكذلك يحدث معظم نمو الدماغ خلال السنوات الخمس الأولى، ومن هنا تأتى أهمية البحث حيث يوضح البحث كيف أن التعليم والبيئة المحيطة في مرحلة الطفولة المبكرة يفيد الجانب المعرفي واللغوي والتنمية الاجتماعية على المدى القصير والطويل. النتائج: كشفت نتائج هذه الدراسة أن جودة التعليم والبيئة في مرحلة الطفولة المبكرة ستدعم نتائج أفضل للأطفال. نحتاج أيضًا إلى اتخاذ تدابير للتأكد من أن جميع الأطفال يتم تقييمهم على قدم المساواة. التوصيات: من المهم أن تفهم الأسر معايير التقييم المناسبة لجودة مراكز الطفولة المبكرة والغرض منها هو تعزيز تعلم الأطفال وتطورهم من أجل تحقيق العدالة والتميز للأطفال الدارجين.

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منشور
2021-03-06
كيفية الاقتباس
سبحة حاكم اللحياني. (2021). تقييم جودة بيئة رعاية الأطفال للأطفال الصغار من وجهة نظر الأمهات. المجلة الدولية للعلوم الإنسانية والاجتماعية, (19), 298-323. https://doi.org/10.33193/IJoHSS.19.2021.208
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