A Study on the Community Learning Process of the Parents
This study aimed to understand the experience in the parents’ community and its learning process and examined how their participation has influenced their philosophy of child care. This study investigated this question: What kind of activities are they doing and how do they understand their participation in the community? Parents are learning in various ways while they are doing community activities. First, making relationships with others. The ways they form a relationship with others start from the children and then the conversation is expanded so that they talk about their stories and not about their children. Through these conversations, they get to know and understand each other deeply. Second, the participation through discussion and debate. Through debate and discussion, they have an opportunity to change their thoughts. Third, the collective sharing of their personal thoughts. Fourth, reflection through taking notes.
the cooperative childcare, in-depth interview and participant observation, lifelong education, lifelong learning, learning, community
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