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Philosophy Of A Preschool Education

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When I graduate high school and eventually college, I want to become a preschool teacher. ”Around here, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things because we’re curious, and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” This quote was said by Walt Disney. I want to teach the children to be curious about everything, help introduce them to the world, and to be an important part in every kid’s life. I love working with little children and I want to help them along a little bit in their lives. Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” I can change the world and every young child's life that I come in contact with. I can shape…show more content…
(Summary) Preschool classrooms are where young children can feel cared for and safe. It is also a place where kids can learn what they need to to be able to succeed in school. As a preschool teacher you have to welcome all children, even children with disabilities or kids who speak in different languages. You have to work with kids one on one, in small groups, and sometimes work with the whole class at once. As a preschool teacher you need to encourage the children to participate in classroom activities and to follow the rules. You have to listen to the children and help build up their vocabulary.…show more content…
I love working with young children, and I spend a part of my summer teaching children how to float, swim, and dive into the water. I am good at teaching and working with children, which is why I think this job is the right one for me. It is important for there to be preschool teachers because we need to teach the young so they can grow up and also become an important part of society. These three to five year old kids, or maybe even younger, may grow up to become one of the next presidents, lawyers, astronauts, or maybe even something as simple as a preschool teacher or any type of teacher. The children of now become our tomorrow’s future. “Teachers plant the seeds of knowledge that last a lifetime” by
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