Raising Tolerant Attitude to Children

Aulad : Journal on Early Childhood

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Title Raising Tolerant Attitude to Children
Creator Chairilsyah, Daviq
Subject attitude
early childhood
Description This paper aimed to provide logical reasons for parents and teachers about the importance of teaching tolerance from early age. This paper explained the types of tolerance that should be trained such as religious tolerance, tolerance of multi-ethnicity, multiracial, cultural and gender differences. Literature review was used in explaining theoretical studies, and discussion. Teaching an attitude of tolerance from an early age will be the root for children in their social life. Teaching it from an early age can create children who are able to respect others and do not distinguish based on what they see in the family or community environment. Parents and family members are the main facilitators for children to cultivate an attitude of tolerance. They are required to teach children the importance of tolerance by providing positive examples. Parents are required to teach tolerance starting from the family environment to the wider community. Meanwhile, the teacher can teach from the social environment to fellow students at school. It can be concluded that the role of parents and teachers here is very important in the inculcation of attitude and tolerance in early childhood.
Publisher Perkumpulan Pengelola Jurnal PAUD Indonesia
Date 2019-12-11
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Identifier https://aulad.org/index.php/aulad/article/view/38
Source Aulad : Journal on Early Childhood; Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): December 2019; 81-90
Language eng
Relation https://aulad.org/index.php/aulad/article/view/38/27
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Daviq Chairilsyah

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