Approval Integrating the Indoor and Outdoor Physical Environments for Enhancing Early Childhoods Toward Their Learning Consonances in The Child Development Centers (CDCs) in Thailand
Jirawon Tanwattanakul, Juraporn Tangpukde, Nipa Angsupakorn, Toansakul Tony Santiboon
To integrate the indoor and outdoor physical environment management at the Child Development Centers (CDCs) for enhancing early childhood learning consonance development with the Project Strengthen Capacity of Local Communities in Caring for Children Aged 2-5 Years Treasures (COACT). To apply the laws, regulations, and order contextual authorities with the Local Government Organization for appropriating innovations at the 15-CDCs. Teachers’ performances with curriculum and instruction, experiencing management of their work regularly operations, systematic manner standard quality, and academic principles. Most of the CDCs have enough sufficient IPEM and OPEM areas for playing activities. The loving families, strong social, and interpersonal skills while excelling academics, and effects in six main extracurricular activities: movement and rhythm, creative, freedom, experience, an outdoor, and educational game is provided in five principles; movement development, small muscle development and intelligence, language understanding, language development, developing self-help, and society goal for enhancing learning and conforming operations at CDCs. Comparisons between accounting the 15-indoor learning CDC centers following as linear equation y = -4.002x + 32.00 and the determination efficient predictive value (R2) indicates of 0.90. The total area size of the 15 learning CDC centers by total area (square meters per 1 child) following as linear equation: y = 3.112x -9.254 and the determination of efficient predictive value (R2) indicates of 0.603, respectively.