As an early educator my professional goals and aspirations have change since I read the interview conducted by the author, Denise Scott. As I read this article, I been inspired to reach out to my community, families, students, and peers in order to become
I am a qualified Childcare Practitioner with 12 years’ experience, who would love the opportunity to embark on a career as a Primary Teacher. I am currently employed in a local authority pre-five nursery class within a Primary School. I aspire to become a teacher as I feel it will offer me new challenges and a chance to further develop my love of teaching. I am a dedicated worker and continually strive to provide high standards. I also promote confidence, respect and compassion to ensure all members of the nursery and school are respected.
I am working at the lighthouse school since 2013. I'm passionate about providing quality early childhood care and education to our community and feel privileged to share the care to our children with all parents.
Firstly, as Napoleon Hill once said "It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed", I want to be able to directly provide support for new undergraduates and help them achieve their academic goals as a senior student. As a person who enjoys learning individuals' studying style and discovering different ways of teaching to help others reach their full potential, I believe that there is no job as rewarding as teaching. The satisfying feeling a teaching assistant can gain from helping students who have trouble learning is truly incomparable. Moreover, being a upperclassmanot only do I want share my amazing experience and advice for the new undergraduates but also as many students may feel intimidating to talk to the professors, I want to become a perfect link between the professor and students as well.
With my passion for working with children, I will become an influential and inspiring teacher that creates a lively classroom atmosphere for developing children who have strong moral character and value diversity, faith, and altruism. I will provide learning experiences which go beyond academic achievement to educate children as whole
I first found my passion for early childhood education soon after my son was born.
I have over 20 years with working children from at-risk adolescents, group homes, teacher assisted, and driving a school bus. The 20 plus years working with children, I have learned to be multitask as assisting children with homework, participate with daily activities such as art & craft to playing in/outside sports, and preparing lunch/dinner. I have work at Devereux of Florida, The Grove, and now present employed at Seminole County Public Schools. The skills I have to successfully fill this position is providing Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security for every children. I can also help and supervise students with math or any assignments to make sure he or she complete their task. I have skills in customer service, knowledge in Microsoft
I am a student at Florida Atlantic University studying early childhood education. I am enrolled in EEC 3214 class this semester; the class is called designing and implementing a blending curriculum: birth to age eight. I am required to complete a field experience assignment at a preschool. I will observe young children ranging from three to five years old. I assure you that I will keep all information confidential. In addition, I reassure you that I will not share the information collected outside of my course and that no identifying information will be shared. I will respect and follow all the school’s policies and procedures in a professional manner.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” As a child, we have all been asked this question; and as unrealistic children, we all had dreams of being a superhero, princess, cowboy, or astronaut. Later on in life, as time went by, and as we became more knowledgeable, our answers became more serious. Some of us wanted to be teachers, business owners, or a veterinarian. However, I have always wanted to be a doctor, but not just any doctor. For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be a pediatrician. Now, half way through my junior year in high school, I have started to question the details of this career, and all the hard work it takes to become a part of the medical field.
History Preschool is something very important for toddlers. Preschools were established in Europe around the late 1800’s. They were later introduced to the United States in the 1920’s. According to the Encyclopedia of careers and vocational guidance 9th edition “preschools expanded rapidly in the united states during the 1960’s”.
My intended major is Child Development. For me, Child Development is a fascinating field because I get to know how a child changes biological, psychological, and emotional between birth and the end of adolescence. Also, being able to understand children can be helpful for future careers, such as pediatricians and child psychologists. During my first year in college, I took a child development class and it was a interesting how a child develops and how each child is different. I had a hard time in the class, but it was starting point in where I began to find my own interest to pursuit in Child Development. I believed majoring in Child Development would help me understand each child’s behavior, and be able to assist children with their problems.
First of all, I am thanking you for considering me to be apart of your childcare team. I have a wonderful and charming personality and energy for children. And most importantly, every child that I have personally been with no matter how sweet and naughty they are I can get them to be the best child. In the summer of my sophomore year I have already personally worked at a childcare as a teenage volunteer four to five days a week and I have always gotten great feedbacks from parents. I have also interned at an elementary school for two weeks as a teacher’s assistant for a first grade class after those two weeks I would still visit the children’s sometimes and all of them they loved. And for the last five years I have been apart of my church’s
Hello my name is Yolanda Brown, I'm a Pre -k Lead Teacher. I work with 4 and 5 year olds I have been working with children for 21 years. I'm looking for a change of career in starting my own Business working with high school and college student in some type of leadership and Entrepreneurship Program. I love working with youth people. I feel that our young people do not have anything to do but walk the streets they are our
So you want to be an elementary school teacher? It’s a challenging career, requiring patience and social skills, as you have to be able to wrangle a room filled with rambunctious children. Once you get through the tough stuff, the career is filled with immeasurable rewards. Being an elementary school teacher is not just going into a classroom and teaching kids how to add numbers, where something is on a map, or how to write. This career is far deeper than that, you will build a relationship with each and every student and ultimately build the foundation of the students’ future education. Elementary school teachers guide their students through a crucial period in their lives. This career is a good choice for people who want to make a
My expectations for Kindergarten is that the students would be treated like pre-k. I think the kids would have more play time such as centers and dramatic play. I think kindergarten would be more of the students having fun and playing. I think the students would do the same things I did when I was in Kindergarten. Some of the things I thought the students would do many projects in class, watch educational TV shows, and do a lot of work in centers. The social development of kindergarten students I think they will be friendly and want to play with any and everybody.