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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(5): 17-41.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.5.17
2세 영아의 정서조절 측면에서 나타나는 교사의 의미
김보영 , 김용미
Contents : The Meaning of Teachers as they Manifest themselves in the Emotional Regulation of 2 Year Old Infants
Bo Young Kim , Yong Mi Kim
Abstract
The purpose of this research was to investigate meaning of teachers as they manifest themselves in the emotional regulation of 2year old infants in a daycare center. In addition, the research attempts to provide basic research data that can be used as a guideline for teacher`s awareness, roles, attitudes, and classroom management for infant`s emotional education in the future. To achieve this goal, participatory observation was conducted in a child care center class for infants under 2 years old from January 17 to January 29, 2012. The teacher is defined as follow:Teachers are authority figures whose image is that of absolute authority, and coupled with their dual role of passive caretakers. Additionally, they function as guides who guided infants through the process of emotional socialization, and played the central role of emotional contagion from whose expression speech and atmosphere the said infants receive much influence. Such results seemed to indicate that teachers today do not fully comprehend the importance of their roles in influencing the emotion regulation of infants.
Key Words: infant, emotional regulation, teacher
주요어: 영아, 정서조절, 교사
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