The Development of Children’s Aptitude for Comparison in Kindergarten

By Aikaterini Michalopoulou.

Published by The Learner Collection

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The object of our research is to see how capacity to compare can be cultivated in a kindergarten setting.
Our research was conducted with a sample of 50 children of junior and senior kindergarten age from two kindergarten in Thessaly, Greece. It was designed in four stages: pre-test, teaching, post-test, assessment. With regard to the level of comparison, we note the following degrees: zero comparison, description, non relevant comparison, redistribution of the elements on a Venn diagram. Evaluation of the results indicates substantial progress after two months of instruction. In conclusion, instruction in comparison, and practice, have implications for different subjects and can improve the ability to compare.

Keywords: Kindergarten, Pre-school Child, Comparison, Transfer

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 15, Issue 6, pp.219-224. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 525.926KB).

Prof. Aikaterini Michalopoulou

Assistant Professor, Department of Pre-school Education, University of Thessaly, Volos, Thessaly, Greece

Assistant Professor at the Department of Pre-school Education of the University of Thessaly, in Greece, since 1998. My research intersts concern the pre-school child and the didactic of the activities in the kindergarten. I have realized my PhD studies at the University of Human Studies of Strasbourg (France).

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