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Family Life Education Practitioners' Experiences in Promoting Family Education for Adolescents
family life education
on-the job training
This study aimed to explore the motivations and learning processes of family life education practitioners in respect to their participation in training programs for adolescents’ family education, and their experiences with promoting, applying, making changes after the training. In-depth interviews were conducted to select five subjects from the seed teachers participating in the program by means of sampling. The main conclusions were as follows: 1.The needs of coping with the challenges from parents’ and enhancing personal professional skills are the motivations of family life education practitioners in the training program. 2.In the course of study, practitioners’ learning processes cover the trigger of personal reflection, changes in family interaction and simulation of implementation scenario. Changes of cognition, skills and attitudes are included. 3.The importance of corresponding learning and implementation are emphasized in the promotion phase of family life education. Practitioners’ can better predict and evaluate the scenario and circumstances when implementing parenting education. 4.Promotion strategy for adolescents’ family education from practitioners is based on three aspects: local development in accessible resources and strategic combination of existing ones, resource leverage from other parties and the incubation of local seed teachers. 5.Family life education practitioners develop implementation methods based on local needs, and proactively seek for solutions by overcoming resource differences respectively. During the processes of learning and applying, interviewees report having gained confidence, sense of accomplishment and value, knowing that they met the needs of those they served. Finally, based on the results of the study, the researcher gives suggestions to on-the-job training participants, providers, and academic researchers. The results can serve as reference for future family life education practitioners and related execution parties.
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