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KCI등재 학술저널

IPA 기법을 통한 교사들의 유아권리에 대한 중요도 및 수행도 인식 차이

Importance-Performance Analysis(IPA) of Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding Young Children’s Rights

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Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the differences in early childhood teachers’ perceptions of the importance and institutional performance regarding young children’s rights. Methods: 171 early childhood teachers responded to the questionnaires. The data were analyzed by using the paired sample t-test and the IPA graph to identify differences in the teachers’ perceptions of the importance and performance of each right. Results: First, the teachers perceived the importance of children’s rights to be high but low in institutional performance. The main effect of teaching years on the perception appeared significant only regarding performance of the rights of protection and participation. The main effect of teacher education experiences was significant in all areas except the importance of survival rights. The results from Two-Way ANOVA showed the two variables have no interaction. Second, the second quadrant of the IPA matrix displayed the items regarding initiative and autonomy of young children. Both inexperienced- and highly-experiencedteachers, when they had teacher education, recognized that the items related to participation rights should be further improved. Conclusion/Implications: We discussed the various ways in which children’s rights should be improved and ways of improving teacher education according to teacher variables in order to promote young children’s rights.

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Ⅳ. 논의 및 결론

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