The early years of a child’s life are busy. I believe learning is happening all the time and is interwoven through all developmental domains. These include: physical, social/emotional, cognitive and communication.
I believe that as an Early Childcare Educator I am responsible for providing children with positive learning experiences. I strive to model respect, patience and care for children and adults I come in contact with. Children have the right to have their needs met and receive the proper education while in the care of their educators. I believe it is important to take time to understand and work with children with particular needs when required.
Along with healing, teaching is one of the most valuable gifts humans can bestow upon others. My role as an Educator is a perpetual gift of giving. All of my endeavours are centred on the spiritual, academic and social progress of the children in my care.
I believe that each child is an individual and as an Educator I will value and develop each child’s strengths, interests, skills, abilities, and knowledge to extend their learning. I believe that children learn through play, this is why I believe it is particularly important to provide them with stimulating experiences that will further their development. There should be a variety of experience provided for different developmental stages, such as fine and gross motor skills.
I strive to ensure that all children feel that they are getting the individual attention and comfort that they require