My Personal Philosophy Of Early Childhood Education Essay

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Teach Children as Individuals In this essay I will discuss my personal philosophy of early childhood education because as a teacher, I want to become better and a way to do that is by starting off with a personal, well- articulated educational philosophy. Philosophy of learning is constantly changing, but one thing that will never change is the fact that everybody is different. Moreover people learn at different rates and in different ways. All teachers should have a well-formulated perspective on how children learn best; therefore, my philosophy would be helping each specific child as an individual rather than a group. A professional standard that is held by "Personnel Preparation for Working with Diverse Individuals. "explains, “All Board certificates include equity, fairness, and diversity standards which underscore the importance of respecting and responding to individual and group differences and of ensuring that all students have access to academically challenging curricula and opportunities to learn. This statement helps me to explain why I feel that Free will should be implemented in school programs in order to learn how an individual child learns best. For example some children learn better reading a story, some by watching or being shown a story, others by listening to the story while others may need the story broken down and explained for them to understand. According to the dictionary an individual means, “A single human being, as distinguished from a group.”
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