01Dec 2018

THE IMPACT OF PARTICIPATION ON DEVELOPMENTSOCIO-EMOTIONAL CHILDREN.

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This research aims to highlight the impact of participation on children?s socio-emotional development. This participation constitute an education?s way to pedagogic and practical intervention introduced and followed by the teachers (educators) in classroom. The objective is to answer to the main children?s needs on the emotional and social plan. The main findings of the study reveal that the active participation of the children, through collective games, initiated by the educators allowed, on the one hand, to affect positively on the evolution of their emotional behaviors and to transform the quality social relationships between them .In the other hand, it helps to establish a greater socio-emotional balance among the children in the nursery school of our study. This research favors a mixed methodological model, which combines the quantitative and the qualitative methods and focuses on the convergence and complementarity of data. Indeed, it offers in-depth explanations, first, on the relationships between the phenomena in question, subsequently, on the research methods and finally on future interventions that will interest both researchers and teachers (Educationalists). The originality of this study resides in the fact that it represents one of the rare studies in Morocco. Since, it focused on the opportunities for the implication and the encouragement in the participation of the children by the teachers as well as by the parents for a better children?s socio-emotional development.


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[Rachid bentaibi. (2018); THE IMPACT OF PARTICIPATION ON DEVELOPMENTSOCIO-EMOTIONAL CHILDREN. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 6 (12). 50-63] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com


Rachid BENTAIBI
Institut Royal de Formation des Cadres

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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/8114       DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/8114


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