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Early Childhood Education Philosophy

Early Childhood Education Philosophy Life is about gaining knowledge and sharing what we have learned with others Education is a lifelong process and the building blocks of learning are developed in the early stages of life After my observations and classwork I m intrigued to be a teacher I feel that all children deserve to have the highest quality of education that can be provided Students should have a quality teacher that has received training from an accredited higher education institution I believe that early childhood educators have one of the most important jobs in the world because they are preparing children for the world of learning An educator should be reliable caring sympathetic understanding and a facilitator to their students All teachers should be a role model to their students This can be done by showing enthusiasm through their teaching Early childhood educators should have patience and the ability to respond quickly to situations I believe a teacher should have effective class management skills and the ability to use them every day in their own classroom A good early childhood educator is knowledgeable and knows how children develop An important part of a good education is that teachers create the appropriate class lessons needed to meet the correct standards I also believe that lessons should relate to real life situations in order to be beneficial for students

2 pages | 455 words

Inspired by the 1931 Scottsboro trial To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Inspired by the 1931 Scottsboro trial To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee dives deep into justice and courage The strength portrayed here vary in size and intensity so it shows one a wide range of application of the two concepts From smaller battles expressing self control to saving two lives and the trial of a doomed innocent man To Kill a Mockingbird gets readers to truly think about the applications of justice and courage in life Harper Lee opened our minds to the idea of a deeper story behind the actions of an individual with Ms Dubose She constructed the character of the old woman using words tailored to make us dislike her Her antagonistic actions toward Jem and Scout cemented our idea that Ms Dubose was a bad guy in the scheme of this story Atticus however shows us that she is actually very brave Atticus said I wanted you to see what real courage is It s when you know you re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what She was the bravest person I ever knew 149 She had the strength to fight her addiction despite having the knowledge that she would die and without the pain medication she had become addicted to it would be a painful way to go Continuing on in the face of defeat is the true meaning of courage that is what can be learned from Ms Dubose and Atticus response Boo Radley is an excellent character that displays courage When his brother Mr Nathan Radley moves into the Radley house Boo is never seen 

2 pages | 542 words