The Effects of Parental Involvement on Storytelling with a Package of Role-Play Activities on the Growth Mindset of Early Childhood

Authors

  • Narudee Whangmooklang Faculty of Education, Kasetsart University
  • Chalatip Samahito Faculty of Education, Kasetsart University

Keywords:

growth mindset, activities package, storytelling, role-play, parents, young children

Abstract

The purpose of this research was to study the effect of parental involvement on storytelling with a package of role-play activities on the growth mindset of early childhood. The target groups included 6 young children, 5-6 years old and 6 parents of the target group. In addition, the parents had to have knowledge and the ability to use technology to communicate. The research instruments consisted of: 1) plans on using storytelling activity provision with role plays and parental involvement on the growth mindset of early childhood; 2) an assessment form on the growth mindset of early childhood;
3) a behavioral observation form for parents on the growth mindset of early childhood; 4) a satisfaction questionnaire and suggestions from parents; 5) an assessment form for parents on knowledge, understanding, and attitudes on the growth mindset; and 6) an unstructured parental interview form. The obtained data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, and content analysis. The results showed that 1) children had a higher growth mindset after the experiment than before; 2) children’s growth mindset on the aspect of the success of others increased the most; 3) the story in the activity package that children paid the most attention was Khun Rabbit's Tailor Shop; 4) parents had average scores for knowledge, understanding, and attitudes towards a growth mindset were higher than before the experiment.
5) parents were satisfied with the activity packages at the highest level of 80.95% and the lowest level at 19.05%, parents see their children have more open-minded and more efforts.

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Published

2022-07-15

How to Cite

Whangmooklang, N., & Samahito, C. (2022). The Effects of Parental Involvement on Storytelling with a Package of Role-Play Activities on the Growth Mindset of Early Childhood. An Online Journal of Education, 17(2), OJED1702011 (16 pages). Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/OJED/article/view/258818