The Ideal Kindergarten: Views of Undergraduate Students Studying At the Faculty of Early Childhood Education of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Argyris Kyridis, Konstantina Vasilopoulou, Sofia Nalbantoglou, Zoe Konstantinidou


Preschool age is one of the most important periods in man’s life, in which children grow rapidly while the environment provides proper stimulus so that they are fully developed and can go over to the next educational stages smoothly. A total of factors affects this progress. These factors are related to the program of kindergarten, the practices that are applied, the surrounding area, the relations between the kindergarten teacher and the broader social context, moreover the kindergarten teachers themselves are responsible for such an important function. The purpose of this research is to expand the undergraduate student’s views of the University of Early Childhood Education concerning the features of an ideal kindergarten that favors children’s development and offers a pleasant and creative stay.

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