Innocent Children's Walk Volunteer Group
- Give full play to the spirit of home-school cooperation and consolidate the bridge of communication between home and school.
- Parents and children experience and grow together, and learn from experience.
- Understand the philosophy and direction of the school, cooperate and trust each other, and promote home-school cooperation
- Many scholars' studies have confirmed that parental involvement has a positive relationship with children's learning, language, social emotions, and self-care performance (Becher, 1986; Henderson, 1987; Clark, 1988; Scott-Jones, 1988).
- Western governments have advocated the importance of parent-school cooperation. The research of educators also confirmed that school education must cooperate with parent education to achieve the effect of education (Epstein, 1992; Steinberg, 1996).