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|Other Titles:||Filial Education|
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
With the changes in family structure, parent-child relationship has new changes, and many teenagers lack of filial role perception. The researchers hope to strengthen the positive emotionalconnection between parents and children, and help young people fulfill their filial role, enhance the family's emotional function, increase well-being.In the literature, the researchers compiled the meaning and contemporary filial education, and explanations of parent-child relationships associated with well-being, but also explore theexperience of learning how to apply to filial education. In actual teaching, the researchers use picture books and "love poker," aids to help familiarize students with the language of the spirit of the five kinds of love; through the "family map" interviews, students reflect upon their own parent-child interaction; final arrangements "flying gift "activities for students to take practical action to deliver to their parents love.The effectiveness of the overall program include: Students enhance the practice of filial role and feedback can take the initiative nurturing family, but also to provide further upward management, change parental caring manner, and strengthen the family's well-being
|Appears in Collections:||中等教育|
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