THE REAL SITUATION OF CHILD VIOLENCE PREVENTION AT THE PRESCHOOLS IN LONG XUYEN CITY, AN GIANG PROVINCE
Keywords:The real situation, the violence, the child, preschool teachers, Long Xuyen city, An Giang province.
This study surveyed 58 preschool teachers working in Long Xuyen City, An Giang province to find out the current situation of violence and to offer solutions to prevent child violence. The research results show that: Child violence in preschools is mainly in physical and psychological forms with the rate of 37.7%, the reason is the hard working and psychology recognizing your child's differences. On that basis, the study proposed two groups of solutions to prevent child violence. In particular, the increasing of teachers' ethical education and practical career experience for students of pedagogy combined with other solutions in preschool is basic.
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