Agai, Arita (2021) COMMUNICATION WITH PARENTS - AN IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR STUDENTS' DIFFICULTIES AT SCHOOL. Journal of Educational Research, 3 (5-6). pp. 19-23. ISSN 2671 - 3276

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Communication is the process through which information is exchanged and understood between two or more people to motivate or influence their behaviors or attitudes. As a synonym for communication, in everyday language the word conversation is used, however, communication is more than just a simple conversation. We could define communication as a process of making mutual contact by which meaning is transmitted, as a process of mutual influence using symbolic means, and as a process of exchanging information, meanings, and feelings between people, through the verbal and non-verbal exchange of the message. The most important factors when communicating with children in the first place are: family, social circle, and education. In this project, we focused on children aged 6–7 years old, respectively first graders of primary school. Communicating with students, especially those in first grade, it’s very difficult to work. Helping the child in communication is one of the most important efforts, not only for parents and teachers but for everyone. The family and society must encourage students to be intelligent, tolerant, creative in their development. The survey sample included 132 first-grade primary school teachers in the Gostivar region of North Macedonia. For this research was used an instrument, respectively a structured questionnaire for teachers. The data were processed, compared, and presented with IBM SPSS v.19.0 software packages. In our research we tried to address the problem of communication between teachers and parents, respectively parents' interest in communicating with teachers and the level of freedom of parent-teacher communication and the data showed that there is a statistical difference between the two variables, moreover, parents of this area show interest in their child’s school being. For this matter, we suggest that the school create a more motivational environment for parents to be involved.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email
Date Deposited: 05 Oct 2021 13:43
Last Modified: 05 Oct 2021 13:43

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