The Influence of Educator-Initiated Activities on the Development of Social Resilience in Students within Early Childhood Education Settings: An Empirical Analysis
Keywords:Resilience, ECE, Empirical Analysis, Education, Teacher Educator, Childhood
The study's main objective was to determine how teacher activities in early childhood classrooms affected students' social resilience. The main objectives of this study were to look at how classroom activities by teachers affected students' resilience.2) to investigate the effect of instructors' classroom activities on students' social resilience. 108 schools in the tehsil of Taxila have ECE instructors. 132 Early Childhood Educators (ECE) teachers in government primary schools in tehsil Taxila were chosen as the study's sample using a simple random selection approach. Data from respondents was gathered using a self-developed questionnaire. The acquired data was examined using regression analysis, mean analysis, and standard deviation. The study after reviewing the questionnaire results, conclusions were made. On the basis of these findings, suggestions were made; the study's major findings suggested that teacher measures had a highly substantial effect on students' social resilience. It is advised to provide additional assignments and activities that motivate students to collaborate in pairs or small groups. Collaboration and communication are encouraged via collaborative assignments. To promote constructive and respectful peer interactions, provide clear standards for engagement, and offer assistance as required.
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