A Study on the relationship among social support, occupational well-being and play activity support ability of early childhood pre-service teachers in China

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v5i2.1192

Yaoyao LI, Baek Jongnam

Woosuk University


A total of 542 early childhood pre-service teachers were collected using China online survey system (www.wjx.cn) to process data of early childhood pre-service teachers. The conclusions are as follows: (1) Social support of early childhood pre-service teachers directly affects professional well-being. (2) The professional well-being of early childhood pre-service teachers directly influences the support ability of play activities. (3) The professional well-being of early childhood pre-service teachers plays an intermediary role in the influence of social support on the support ability of play activities.


China; early childhood pre-service teacher; social support; professional well-being; play activity support ability


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