Pre- Submission Processes of Children at Developmental Risk According to Teachers and Teacher Candidates
The aim of this study is to determine preschool teachers 'and teacher candidates’ views about the pre-dispatch processes of children at developmental risk. It is designed by using a case study, one of the qualitative research methods. There were 32 teachers and 28 teacher candidates in the study group which was determined by maximum diversity sampling. At the end of the research, content analysis was used in the analysis of the data, in which pre-school teachers and teacher candidates will collect information from different sources about the child, make adaptations in activities, materials, share and collaborate with different people in the pre-submission process, and direct the child to the necessary institutions and organizations in the classroom. It is determined that they will cooperate both inside and outside the school.
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