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    I was five years old when I encountered a situation that would change my view of the teacher to student relationship. I can still see the scenario played out in my head. I was the Spanish-speaking student, quiet, middle child, and longing to be acknowledged for my strengths. In Kindergarten, the teacher was insensitive and verbally abusive. It was then that I felt insignificant and misunderstood. I allowed that experience to serve as my foundation for several years. To protect myself from being hurt, I turned inward and remained quiet. Being so young, I knew where my path would take me. Today I am thankful that my past occurred the way it did because it propelled me into becoming a better person and helped form my education philosophy.…

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    Successful kindergarten transition means adjusting to a whole new structured environment on top of a more academically rigorous curriculum. A number of teachers reported that at least half of their children had trouble in the first few months of kindergarten in a number of different areas (Robinson & Diamond, 2014). Kindergarten readiness has changed since the national push for public prekindergarten programs throughout the nation (Hatcher, Nuner & Paulsel, 2012). There is a now a greater push…

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    Full Day Kindergarten

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    told you that in most states kindergarten is not mandatory? Unfortunately this is true. Many kids that are of kindergarten age are not required to go to school until 1st grade. If you’re like me, you can see a problem with this. “Early learning is extraordinarily important because we know that the sooner kids start learning, the better their chances of long-term academic success.” (Williams). There is so much learning that needs to take place at this age that when students do not attend…

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    Pre-kindergarten programs and early childhood education is of the utmost importance to four year old children. At the age of four, children must have their minds engaged and developed cognitively. Cognitive development at early ages will stimulate children in their reasoning, problem solving and memory. Preschool environments can provide such stimulating experiences. According to “How Preschool Fights Poverty”, preschools have educational tools that could kick-start cognitive development-sets of…

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    All Day Kindergarten

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    education. Ohio must require an all-day kindergarten program for all public elementary schools amongst Ohio. All-day kindergarten should be a public policy solution because kids in all-day kindergarten receive long-term academic benefits, and it allows children to advance themselves in both math and reading. The government must take action because allowing students to learn and study math and reading at an earlier age can help with a district’s performance. Public school districts (often urban…

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    Urban Psychology

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    Although socioeconomic status and pre-K involvement both clearly correlate to kindergarten readiness in urban areas and particularly within Memphis, there are other, larger urban processes at work within the setting of urban Memphis. One of these processes is urban psychology. Urban psychology relates the interactions of the people to their surroundings and how these interactions shape the children. These surroundings for a pre-kindergarten child can include the home environment, which has…

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    In early childhood education is reform and early childhood education become more outstanding policy concerns and as we learn more about early development and learning, several issues are receiving major attention. Reading some research on Early Childhood Education I learn some new things and things I already knew. Some report describes investment in Early Childhood Education in the United States. A lot of these research talked about the finically part of Early Childhood Education. It could be…

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    Before entering kindergarten, millions of children in the U.S. will attend some type of preschool, Head Start, or daycare program (Snow, 2011). “The quality of settings across the early care and education spectrum varies widely, as do the reasons parents’ choose specific programs and their expectations for the types of experiences programs provide to children” (Snow, 2011, p. 7). Unfortunately, licensing standards vary from state to state along with the quality of learning experiences that early…

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    It is clear that what is considered full day kindergarten is becoming the standard at an increasingly fast rate every year. Despite the rise in full day programs there are differing opinions about whether this is a good thing or not. There are those who support full day programs, those who do not, and those who say it doesn’t really matter which type of program children at the age of five are enrolled in. Full day kindergarten programs typically have the students at school for six hours…

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    large sports oval and a nature playground. The kindergarten and pre-primary area has its own play equipment and two large sandpits for the children. Schools vision and mission “Maddington Primary School aims to provide a creative and innovative learning environment that is intellectually, emotionally and physically supportive of learning. In fostering this development, our school values reflect the rich diversity of its community and promote positive involvement and interaction between students,…

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