This study purposed to test whether current educational activities in kindergartens are adequate for young children’s development according to their age by applying the activities in the field of education through action research, and for this study, experiment was conducted with three kindergartens(one research kindergarten and two cooperative kindergartens). Data were collected from field application, action research, and recording, and the contents of teaching‐learning were analyzed in three stages – ‘making observation plans’(Stage I), ‘performing actions and observing’(Stage II), and ‘reflecting’(Stage III) – and the adequacy of revised and supplemented educational activities was tested through actions at the cooperative kindergartens. According to the results of this study, the operation of monthly field workshops provided valuable opportunities to review the results of participatory research and to plan, execute, and evaluate educational activities with colleague teachers through mentoring
activities, and these opportunities enhanced the teachers’ sense of community.
Key Words: Mentoring Activities, Reflective Classes Activity, Childhood Education Institution