I have chosen to work in this field because I believe that early school years are the most significant in a child’s life as they lay the foundation for future education. True education is one that brings out the person’s potential.
Education should encompass the whole child—intellectual, social, emotional and physical aspects of his/her being.
Being a preschool teacher involves a true love for the career and working with children. "Growing up I was the oldest one in the family and helping my mother to look after my younger brother provided me the abilities to be a nurturer. Before I became a teacher, I was also a mother of two children and worked as a babysitter in my own family. I always found myself drawn to this field. …show more content…
I can teach this by model, by being a competent teacher and validating compassion and empathy in our daily interactions with our children. In my experience and opinion, empathy is a main ingredient in teacher efficiency.
Moreover, as an early childhood educator, I am liable for offering children’s optimistic learning experiences. I endeavor to model admiration, patient, and look after children and grown-ups that I interact with. I ensure that I meet every child’s needs and provide the appropriate education.
In addition, as an instructor, I pursue to develop intimate relationships with every child and their families under my care. I utilize the communities’ resources and integrate the child’s community into the program. I see every child as an exceptional individual with an incredible ability to learn and ready to make positive contributions to everyone around him or her. I
endeavor to provide an environment where children and families from diverse cultural backgrounds feel invited and acknowledged.
Children learn best by touching, feeling, hearing, tasting, …show more content…
Secondly, I endeavor to promote independence and confidence in my preschoolers so that they develop their full potential. Lastly, I educate my children to celebrate their disparities and cooperate positively with one another. If they walk away with at least a little of each trait, then I feel as though I am successful in my role. Having an attitude of humility that do not know it all and I can tap into the wisdom and experience of my fellow teachers and colleagues, accepting each child as they are and not expecting them to conform to what I think a child should be; being respectful of the family’s cultural and personal beliefs and child rearing practices are the core principles of my practice.
The greatest sign of success for a teacher is to be able to say, “The children are now working as if I did not exist.” Maria Montessori The most valuable gift we can give to our children is to instill in them a passion for life and learning. For me personally, social skills precede academics.
Children learn social skills in a context of a group and school is the place that we can teach them the skills that will help them to survive in