I would want to have done the same things once I have my own classroom and I feel fairly passionate for students to understand and develop tolerance towards people who may be different than themselves. I feel that as teachers, we can take action to really mold our students to grow and be better individuals living in this world. I really do believe that issues in the matter of race/ethnicity and culture has to do with educating oneself of these things and practicing the basic matters a person should carry with themselves. I really think that these issues need to be discussed in depth when students are young and continuously because it is harder for one’s mind to see the wrong in something they believed was right for most of their
A.1.a. Pre-K Strengths Because of the ever changing demographics in our system this can be very beneficial and has some great advantages with our program. With more non-English speaking children coming into our system this is encouraging our teachers to learn another language. In return it is helping with the language barrier we are facing in our current days. Our system could also look into hiring more teachers with the added benefit of speaking multiple languages and creating more jobs in our area.
NAEYC Codes of Ethics Core Values *Appreciate childhood as a unique and valuable stage of the human life. Appreciating childhood could affect teaching in the classroom because you would know how to teach them better. I think that you would also be able to come up with more developmentally appropriate activities for the children. *Base our work on knowledge of how children develop and learn. By basing knowledge on how children develop and learn, it can help make more developmentally appropriate activities.
By working as a team you can gain valuable knowledge from those who are more experienced than you, but it also allows you to suggest newer and fresher ways to approach learning. Each member or person has their own skill and expertise, communicating with them helps you to learn, build up your own knowledge and know your own responsibilities.By working as a team you will also learn to trust and respect your colleagues, build relationships and build your own confidence. Problems can be shared and solutions can be discussed or suggested. You can learn new skills, take better responsibility of your own role and achieve your end goal more effectively. Teamwork sets a good example to others especially children and shows them they are surrounded by people who they can trust and respect.When adults are working effectively together and are working as part of a team, the children will see them as role models and will follow, copy and mimic what they see, To a parent this shows that the school are setting a good
We should hold on to our cultures and traditions but also embrace new ways of thinking in order to advance academically and be prepared for life decisions. I think that the western culture could learn a lot from other cultures and in return support and improve our schooling system. The purpose of education should be about taking our experiences out of the classroom and into the community as well, which will indulge us to reach our full
Keeping an open mind in life will lead to personal growth. First, keeping an open mind will help you learn from your mistakes. Every single person will make mistakes, but it takes an open minded person to learn from them. If you learn from your mistakes, you will grow as a person. Second, keeping an open mind will help you participate and interact more in life.
A teacher’s appreciation and acceptance for diversity will help them enable children to child gain a positive self-concept. In doing so a child may succeed better academically and socially. Taken in the right concept and not replacing one set of heroes with another a teacher will develop an appreciation that can only be achieved through knowledge about many cultures. Cultural diversity is there to make a child feel included and to have positive self-image of
The key to overcoming things like discrimination and prejudice is education. The more we learn about other races and cultures the better we will be able to understand and relate them to our own culture. With this knowledge we will be able to see past the stereotypes and judge each person on their own merit. It is up to us to take actions that will increase this knowledge. We need two types of people in order to make this a reality.
Through the teaching, the school aims to make the children more confident in themselves and to be able to ask for information and to be able to be independent. We want to help the children to be able to build positive relationships with other people and to build up their self-esteem. For the children to be respectful and to respect other peoples ideas and views. They must also learn respect for other cultures and to be part of the community and help them feel valued and to grow into positive independent
Rehabilitation and reintegration programs are offered to effectively reinforce positive thoughts in youngsters’ minds and aid in returning them into society as a whole. For instance, the “Second Chance Program” works to assist young adults so that they have a wide range of outlooks in determining the consequences to their actions; youth are also required to acknowledge their accomplishments to rebuild their self-esteem. As quoted by an attendee of this program, “these programs help you by showing you how to do it instead of telling you, there is a difference.” From multiple perspectives, prevention programs referred to by the YCJA is a reasonable way to deal with young adulthood who come upon challenging circumstances with the law; Canada would also be labelled as a “better place” with less teenagers that get in