How can a teacher's understanding of contemporary families positively or negatively affect early childhood programs?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 10:37 pm ad1c9bdddf
How can a teacher's understanding of contemporary families positively or negatively affect early childhood programs?
The family is the building block of society. In less than a century, the family has changed radically. Before, the mothers stayed at home and didn't work outside and only the fathers worked for the family. Today, mothers and fathers both share the responsibility of providing the needs of the children as well as taking care of them at home. The divorce rate has also increased. There has been a decline in marriage as the growth of co-habitation, both before and instead of marriage. Trial marriages have become the trend. In this way, social mores have changed. The family is also shrinking as most families use contraceptives to control the increase of ...
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