Rather, discipline should come from a desire to teach students to self-assess and self-regulate their behavior.
Learning is not something young children watch. Learning is something they do. Author unknown I believe that each and every child is different and unique.
Their cultural upbringing, abilities, backgrounds, experiences and skills are what make them diverse individuals. Every child regardless of their age has learned, and they have the ability to bring that knowledge into the classroom.
I believe that children should be treated with love and respect. I believe as an early childhood educator it is my responsibility to show and teach the children the behaviors that are expected in my classroom, to help them develop their self-control and empathy towards others.
I believe that a child should never experience emotional, verbal or physical abuse. They should always be treated with respect and kindness. I believe in using effective praise and encouragement to support positive self-esteem. I believe that the development of self-regulation, self-awareness, and social awareness are skills that develop ones emotional competency.
Being grounded in these fundamental concepts is essential for dealing with social competence. I believe that every child has a desire to learn and grow independently, and it is my responsibility to provide an environment that fosters learning through play and hands-on activities.
Linking their Social, Emotional and Intellectual learning provides them with optimal learning experiences. I believe that children learn best through experiences, they need to be allowed to explore their world and discover, for themselves, their limits as long what they are exploring will not cause harm.
I believe children learn from imitation; what they see and hear, therefore I must be a positive role model in everything I do. I need to exhibit appropriate behaviors that are acceptable; I need to model proper manners, if I expect good manners in return.
I believe guidance and discipline needs to be assessed on an individual basis, due to the diverseness of each child, not every child responds to guidance the same way. I believe that guidance and discipline techniques include positive guidance, modeling positive behavior, natural consequences, related consequences, clear-cut limits, and re-directing misbehavior.
Children are still learning what is acceptable and need to be given choices to learn what behaviors are appropriate and what ones are not. I believe that establishing relationships with the child and family will foster a learning environment that the child will thrive in. Communication is a key factor in learning about the child and any areas of concern.Starbright has a consistent, cohesive methodology of guidance, discipline and classroom management.
It combines elements from current child development philosophies, follows the basic guidelines from Waldorf education philosophy and Rudolf Steiner’s teachings on reverence for the young child and incorporates modern democratic child guidance techniques based on the writings of .
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Flag for inappropriate content. Classroom Management Philosophy. Karen Sepulbeda September 7, Classroom management is a skill that I have been working on improving from the day that I started my program of study.
Classroom management will determine the classroom environment. Philosophy of Discipline and Classroom Management I believe that discipline and classroom management exist as additional learning experiences for students.
Good discipline does not emerge from a teacher’s desire to control a student or to assert her power over a student. Classroom Management Main Page- EDEL - EDSE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PLAN. CAROL DUNN. Theoretical Introduction.
1. Philosophy of Classroom Management. A constantly changing and naturally evolving classroom management plan would be the cornerstone of my philosophy, with the central question being “what do these students need and how can I meet those .
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Mark . 1 ECD -Guidance and Classroom Management Early Childhood Development Business and Public Service Semester Year Catalog Course Description: This course is an overview of developmentally appropriate, effective guidance and classroom management techniques for .