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  • Jansson, Irja (2022)
    Tiivistelmä - Referat – Abstract Objective of this thesis is to study the discussions that parents have with the daycare professionals, when the parents child has temperament features that make him/her active and impulsive. Early childhood education is an instance that is structured to support of the families. It bases heavily on interactions among the families. The objective is to create a environment that supports the children growth and development, so that a positive advancement can occur. Co-operation with the parents is necessary to secure that goal. Parental partnership term was first introduced in the 2000s and later in 2003 it was registered on to the early childhood education law. The definition says that the parents are the best experts of their own child and are overall responsible for the child upbringing. The personnel in early childhood education are the specialist in child development and education. The law obligates early childhood education personnel to maintain the parental partnership. Interactions between the early childhood education personnel and the parents is in key position when making sure that childrens growth environment is safe and favorable to learning and developing. Earlier studies have shown that parents feel that the discussions with the early childhood educations personnel are important and they will make conclusion off of them. Parents might even rehears their children according to the feedback that they get concerning their child. Positive feedback and interactions will also effect the child's relationships towards the early childhood education personnel positively. In this thesis we study does the inside traits of a child (temperament) affect the content of the discussions between early childhood education personnel and the parents. And what would the parents wish the discussions would improve. This study was accomplished by using an internet questionnaire. The participants were seeked from socialmedia (Facebook) groups. The study had 22 answers and twenty of them made it into the study. The study was concluded using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. The study found that the quality (positive/negative) of the discussions between parents and daycare professionals influences in the parents negative experience of the discussions. The positive feedback that the parents got concerning their child was associated with the child's individual development and quality as well as the standard care that they are getting. The negative feedback that parents got concerning their child was associated with the child inner quality such as activity, concentration or the child's actions with in the group such as quarreling, hurting someone. Parents wished more constructive feedback and positivity in the discussionsere content with the current situation.