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Volume 142, 20223rd International Conference on History, Theory and Methodology of Learning (ICHTML 2022)
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|Published online||07 July 2022|
Preventive pedagogical work on negative manifestations of preschool children’s behaviour
Pavlo Tychyna Uman State Pedagogical University, 2 Sadova Str., Uman, 20300, Ukraine
The role of preventive education in averting negative behaviours in preschoolers has been considered in the article. It has been justified that preventive work with the children prone to negative behaviours will enhance harmonious development of preschoolers’ personalities, provided that effective forms, methods and techniques have been implemented into preventive education of children with negative behaviours during interpersonal communication (preschool teachers – child – family). It has been proved that the realization of the proposed model of interpersonal communication within preventive work with children prone to negative behaviours in preschools provides positive results, indicating the importance of cooperation among all subjects of the education process in these institutions. The need for primary or early preventive work highlights the significance of primary preventive education, since only early socio-pedagogical prevention of children’s negative behaviours is an effective means of coping with destructive phenomena in the children’s environment. The main factors for children’s negative behaviours and the most essential indications of the need to implement senior preschoolers’ preventive education have been identified. Methodical guidelines on effective preventive education of senior preschoolers prone to negative behaviours have been outlined. The forms, methods and techniques of preventive work that promote constructive behaviours in children have been implemented and verified; the level indicators of development of a sustainable and responsible attitude towards negative behaviours in preschoolers during interpersonal communication have been determined.
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