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    In Early Childhood programs, there are different philosophies and curriculums that are based on early childhood theorists and programs such as Margaret McMillan, and Reggio Emilia program in Italy. Alberta’s current beliefs in early childhood education is that all children should be given the opportunity to learn through their play as they grow to become a mighty learners, and we, as educators need to develop a professional way of interacting with young children. As we are interacting with young children we are observing and documenting their play and development in a variety of different ways. Documenting, and keeping records is a way for the educators to communicate with the children’s family members of their development. Also, educators…

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    On February 15th, 2017, I had the opportunity of being a guest at The Village Preschool located in Visalia, California. The classroom that I was assigned to had a total of twelve children that all ranged from the ages of four to five years old. Specifically, the classroom had five female students and seven male students. Upon arrival, the teacher introduced me to the children and explained to them that I was a guest from Fresno State University and would be observing them. To allow the children…

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    My little brother is the reason why I want to become an early childhood teacher. He is ten years smaller than me. Watching him grow up day by day from a baby to a naughty boy makes me feel delightful and excited. I sometimes was curious about what his little mind was thinking. Thereby, I want to learn more about how children develop and learn in cognitive, social, emotional and moral aspects, hoping to understand them better. Elders in China often say that the most pivotal period in the…

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    The Importance Of Early Childhood Education

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    A recent study on social and emotional risk and protective factors that predict early school problems or success found that "children who do not begin kindergarten socially and emotionally competent are often not successful in the early years of school—and can be plagued by behavioral, emotional, academic, and social development problems that follow them into adulthood (U.S Department of Health and Human Services)." Creating a positive social relationship is an important outcome of preschool,…

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    Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education is good because of all the young students (Lisa Spezia). The salary is not too bad for teachers. Teaching impacts young children’s lives and without them, children would have a hard time learning. Even though teachers do not get paid a lot of money their jobs are very important to children’s lives. Many of the things children learn or experience in kindergarten stay with them for a long time. The college requirements for a kindergarten teacher…

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    CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Introduction of the Problem According to Young (2012), early childhood education has gained a renewed interest over the past few years focusing on elevating the quality of early childhood programs throughout the nation (p. 5). In the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Public Policy Report (2012), Strategic Directions: Technical Assistance Professional in State Early Childhood Professional Development Systems, professional development is identified…

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    As they mature, they can use their skills and creativity to convey new ideas to the world. Starting a child’s education at a younger age is crucial due to how the child’s brain develops. Scientific findings show that children are learning and developing their brains from their mother’s womb. Babies are absorbing their mother 's language while in the womb. This is where Early Childhood Education…

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    Educators know all children can learn, although not at the same level. It is common that without early intervention, a child may fall between the cracks, in specific children developing socially and emotionally. There is a term called Response to Intervention (RtI); this is the model that is used in many schools across the country. Schools have begun exploring teaching techniques that can be used in classrooms, with all children. This is a technique that identifies children 's individual needs…

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    I believe that early childhood education is an essential for school readiness. Early childhood education plays an important role in children’s development in cognitive and social skills. At the age of three years old the children begin to develop more rapidly. Children progress in their physical, social, intellectual, and emotional. According to The Urban Child Institute, studies have shown that “from the ages of 0 to 3, a baby’s brain grows to 80% of its adult size and is twice as active as…

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    Early Childhood Program

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    Early childhood program is a curriculum intended for children from birth to twelve years of age. It supports the view of a good quality early childhood system that supports each child’s progress in all areas of development. This program is supported by both federal and the provincial agencies in order to improve the health and well-being of our young children and to help the families mold their children with a good foundation for life. In Quebec, Early Childhood Education is very much important…

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