A Study on the Recognition of Nuri Curriculum and Elementary Curriculum-Related Curriculum of Kindergarten Teacher, Elementary Teacher , Preliminary Kindergarten Teacher and Preliminary Elementary Teacher

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Kee-Duck Jang, Sung-Joo Park


Background/Objectives: The purpose of this study is to examine the perceptions of kindergarten teachers, and elementary school teachers, pre-kindergarten teachers and pre-primary school teachers, about the Nuri curriculum and the elementary curriculum-linked curriculum

Methods/Statistical analysis: To this end, 2 students in early childhood education and 3rd and 4th grade students, 2 respectively, 3rd and 4th grade students of the University of Education, 3 kindergarten teachers, and 3 elementary school teachers were participants in the study. In-depth interviews, telephone interviews, and e-mail were mainly used as data collection methods.

Findings: As a result of the study, all of the necessity of connection between the kindergarten curriculum and the elementary school curriculum was acknowledged, but in fact, pre-kindergarten teachers, elementary school teachers, incumbent kindergarten teachers, and elementary school teachers did not fully know about the connection between kindergarten and elementary school. In addition, the university courses and refresher education were not properly conducted.

Improvements/Applications: Accordingly, it was suggested as a plan that a practical curriculum and education that can be connected to early childhood can be achieved.


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