DACUM 기법을 활용한 보육교사의 영유아 건강관리에 대한 직무분석 및 인식 연구open accessJob Analysis and Investigation of Awareness on Young Children's Health Management of Preschool Teachers via DACUM Method
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- Job Analysis and Investigation of Awareness on Young Children's Health Management of Preschool Teachers via DACUM Method
- 김숙희; 윤은주
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- preschool teachers; young children' s health management; job analysis; investigation of awareness; DACUM; 기질; 조화적합성; 정서조절능력; 유아기
- 생애학회지, v.8, no.1, pp.17 - 35
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- This study aimed to specify and analyze the health management of young children to help preschool teachers perform better and set a basic guideline for learning and performing on the job. The study thus defined and analyzed preschool teachers' duties, health management tasks and job awareness. This study included a DACUM-based job analysis and a survey. The job analysis counted on DACUM (Developing A Curriculum; Norton, 1997) and made up of expert workshops, email feedback activities, and three-advisor consulting. The survey was conducted on 200 preschool teachers in Seoul. Using SPSS version 23, the analysis included frequency analysis of descriptive statistics, validity and reliability, average and standard deviation, and factor analysis. First, the analysis defined a teacher's job as supporting children's physical and mental development through acquisition and application of general knowledge of young childhood health according to the health management system of a daycare center. Five duties and 24 tasks were drawn under the definition. Second, the awareness analysis showed that teachers' priorities were tasks related to infectious diseases, first-aid training, and teachers' self-management; the toughest task was caring for those with infectious diseases. This analysis sought to boost the young childhood health management and help preschool teachers perform better on the job to alleviate life-related occupational risks.
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