Separation of a child when entering kindergarten


The work deals with the separation of a child when entering kindergarten and aims to describe the symptoms of a child who is separated from his parents. First, we define the concept of preschool age, and then it is characterized in terms of developmental psychology, which is investigated further by the socialization of the child. Other chapters describe pre-school education and kindergarten as an institution and of course the very notion of separation. The subchapters deal with the connection, the actual separation, the fear of separation, the child's behavior and how the parents or the child's homeroom teacher can help in this process. The research is devoted to case studies and seeks a way to answer the main research question: How does a child express itself during separation? The knowledge we gain through participant observation of one boy and indepth semi-structured interviews with his mother

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