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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2023, 6(4); doi: 10.25236/FER.2023.060406.

Effective Educational Measures for Kindergarten School Readiness


Jiao Zhang, Xiaodan Wang, Yiming Liu

Corresponding Author:
Jiao Zhang

College of Preschool Education, Harbin Preschool Teachers College, Harbin, 150000, China


School readiness not only affects children's school adaptation, but also leads to social and economic stratification to a certain extent. School readiness is not only the individual preparation of young children, but also the preparation of the entire education ecosystem, that is, kindergarten, primary school, family and community should be prepared for school entrance. Many foreign countries have taken interventions to prepare children for school, but high-quality preschool education is the most effective measure. It includes: first, providing courses suitable for early childhood development. The curriculum suitable for children's development has the following characteristics: point to the key experience of children's development, accumulate key experience in practical operation, and promote the continuous development of children's key experience. Second, provide high-quality teacher-child interaction. The teacher-child interaction that helps to improve the level of children's school readiness is shown as: establishing a friendly teacher-child interaction relationship, providing emotional support to children who are assessed to have problematic behaviors in participating activities, interacting with children with low family socio-economic status, and creating a language communication environment. Third, recruit more high-level teachers. Fourth, provide adequate and appropriate hardware configuration. Fifthly, scientific childcare guidance should be given to parents.


kindergarten; School readiness; Effective Educational Measures

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Jiao Zhang, Xiaodan Wang, Yiming Liu. Effective Educational Measures for Kindergarten School Readiness. Frontiers in Educational Research (2023) Vol. 6, Issue 4: 27-31. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2023.060406.


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