Philosophy On Early Childhood Education

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I believe that as an early childhood educator I am responsible for giving infants, toddlers and young children with positive learning experiences and skills. I attempt to copy respect, care and patience for children and adults I come into communication with. Children have the right to have their needs met and receive the proper education while in the care of their caregivers. My philosophy is grounded on theorists, Lev Vygotsky, Jean Piaget and the early childhood movement from Reggio Emilia from Italy. I believe that children benefit from practices that are admissible in research. Children are driven to learn when they have chances to make choices in an environment that is exciting and enriching. Children are peculiar from babyhood and

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