Reflection Of Rosemary's Daycare And Learning Center

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Friday, November 4, 2016, from 9:00A.M. – 11:00A.M. I was granted the opportunity to observe “Rosemary’s Daycare and Learning Center.” Rosemary’s Daycare and Learning Center is located on 109 Windsor Street in Belzoni, MS under the director of Ms. Rosemary Williams. Ms. Williams founded her daycare and learning center in 2006 and she now holds a capacity of 38 children. Rosemary’s’ Daycare and Leaning Center is large-sized building well enough for 38 students, Ms. Williams, and her staff. This was genuinely a great experience overall and I truly enjoyed my time at Rosemary’s Daycare and Learning Center. Being in a diverse classroom, and knowing that I was going to visit little children, I was quite anxious, but a little excited overall. I …show more content…
McDaniel and Ms. Harris both walked to the rug and took their seat. Ms. Harris sat in her chair while Ms. McDaniel sat on the floor amongst the children. Ms. Harris said, “If you can hear my voice clap two times.” The children clapped and the room became silent. Ms. Harris acknowledged the little boy that was standing. She said, “Class, as you know D’jay is our star student of the week. On Wednesday, he recited his alphabets, numbers (1-20), and the basic shapes and colors without the help of you guys, myself or Ms. McDaniel. Let’s give D’jay a round of applause.” The children were yelling “yay” while they clapped for D’jay. Ms. Harris presented D’jay with a snack bag that consisted of: two fruits, a bag of Cheetos, a mini box of cereals, and a small blue bug juice. D’jay was only four years old. I overheard one little girl say, “I will be that Frida.” After D’jay placed his snack bag into his cubby, he returned to the rug and sat down beside a little …show more content…
That was great too, because Ms. Harris did not have continuously repeat herself. I could tell her classroom was a traditional classroom, which the children often knew right from wrong. I also could tell she work closely with children when it came down to her students listening and following directions as instructed. Those children knew exactly what to do without Ms. Harris having to tell them continuously. Her classroom was well organized and neat. However, visiting Rosemary’s Daycare and Learning Center was an impressive experience overall. I have acquired knowledge from Ms. Williams and her staff that I will implement in my classroom in the future. For instance, I love the way Ms. Harris rewarded D’jay for his hard work and dedication. It is very important for teachers to let their students know, their hard work does not goes unnoticed. When you reward students for their good work, it makes them soar above the clouds and become better and biter at what they do; knowing there will be small tokens of appreciation that will come from the teacher. For any additional information relevant to Rosemary’s Daycare and Learning Center, contact Rosemary Williams at

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