THE SITUATION OF SOCIAL SKILLS EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT FOR KINDERGARTENS 5-6 YEARS OLD IN PHU LUONG DISTRICTIVES, THAI NGUYEN PROVINCE
Keywords:Educational management, social skills, kindergarten, preschool
The survey aims to collect data, analyze and evaluate the current situation of social skills education management for 5-6 year old children at preschools in Phu Luong District, Thai Nguyen Province. The results show that the implementation of social skills education for preschool children has focused on maintaining order and discipline, professional sense of discipline for specialized groups, however the decentralization and decentralization to direct the implementation has been not synchronized and consistent. Examination and evaluation activities are interested and focused on checking professional records and taking time to learn from experience.
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