Experience Management to Promote Self-Regulation Behaviors of Early Childhood Children Through Allegories

Authors

  • Juthathip Juthathip Oboom Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University
  • Pattanan Wongwitchayut Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University

Keywords:

allegories, self regulation, early childhood children, experience management

Abstract

This research had a purpose to promote early childhood children’s self-regulation behaviors before and after the using of allegories. The samples were 17 male and female early childhood children during the age of 4-5 studying in year 2 pre-elementary school at Ban Khlong Suk Jai School, Kamphaeng Phet province, during semester 2, academic year 2018. Research instruments were 12 lesson plans to manage experiences with allegories to promote early childhood children’s self-regulation behaviors. The data were analyzed statistically by Mean, Standard Deviation, and content analysis. The study indicated that the experience management to promote early childhood children’s self-regulation behaviors through allegories had mean scores divided into 3 aspects as 1) attention, with pre-/post-experiment at 11.88/15.12, 2) self-regulation, with pre-/post-experiment at 6.76/10.53, and 3) self-evaluation, with pre-/post-experiment at 6.53/10.53. And the results from behavior observation record also showed that the early childhood children under the experience management to promote early childhood children’s self-regulation behaviors through allegories regulated their own behaviors higher from the first and the last week respectively.

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Published

2020-04-28

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บทความวิจัย (Research article)