Teachers’ and Parents’ perspective as how the Social Environment of immediate vicinity can affect the academic learning of a Child 4-6 years age group
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
In the process of human development environment plays a pivotal role. At the age of 4 -6 years, children's immediate vicinity expands from home to school and in his social environment parents and teachers play a vital role. Therefore, in this study which was conducted in Phander district Ghizer, Northern areas; of Pakistan, employing descriptive research design five parents and five school teachers were enrolled. Participants shared their definition and understanding about social environment and immediate vicinity and its effects on academic learning. This research is part of Advanced Diploma in Human Development: Early Child Development Programme, Aga Khan University. Thus clearance was obtained from the University's Ethics Review Committee. After approval of schools’ administration teachers were contacted and individual consent was obtained from all the study participants (n=10). Due to specific geographical area and population, its results cannot be generalized but it may provide some guidelines for future studies of similar nature.
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
Rattani, S. A.,
(2011). Teachers’ and Parents’ perspective as how the Social Environment of immediate vicinity can affect the academic learning of a Child 4-6 years age group. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 29, 44-50.
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