Vision, Mission and Philosophy Statement Essay

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Vision, Mission and Philosophy Statement

Daniel I. Roberts, Jr.

ECE 312

Professor Cassandra Murphy

March 12, 2012

Having a Vision, Mission, and Philosophy base is necessary for an early childhood program. Every teacher must have a source in which he or she can rely on as a way of maintaining order, structure, and interests in a classroom filled with young, eager students who are motivated to learn. Having such a base can instill wisdom in not only the children, but the teacher also. It can also help in improving the teacher’s teaching skills by introducing different, effective methods of teaching (Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs (9th Edition), 2008).

A vision base is the most
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A philosophy base is the third most important base to inquire when teaching a classroom. Every educator should maintain a certain code of ethics or beliefs that they feel would intrigue the students to want to learn more. The best theorist that I would lean towards when dealing with such a base would be Erik Erikson. I strongly believe that children must learn from their mistakes. It is important that both teachers and

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