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EEO. 2013; 12(4): 1032-1040

The Rules Pre-School Teachers Establish for Their Classes and Their Application



The main aim of this study was to describe the rules pre-school teachers establish and the ways they are applied. With this main aim in mind, we sought to determine the rules in nursery classes; how these rules are established; what precautions teachers take so that students do not forget them; what teachers do when students do not obey the rules and what teachers do when students obey the rules. The study was carried out with 39 pre-school teachers who worked in Konya city. The study was carried out with a qualitative research design. In this study, first it was found that pre-school teachers mostly establish rules about keeping the class clean and maintaining order, using class materials and managing peer relations. As a result of study, it was determined that teachers most frequently use repetition and reminding so that students do not forget the rules

Key words: Rule, pre-school teachers, classroom

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