Personal philosophy statement.
I consider the environment a critical factor in the success of early childhood programs. It enhances children’s interests, goals, and talents in all developmental domains. I believe education in childhood programs must be verifiable and done in stations that can be explored, visited, and revisited time and again. This environment must consider communication skills, physical challenges and abilities, social skills, and different learning of each child. On the other hand, families are also a vital aspect of childhood programs. They serve as critical stakeholders in the success of this program; therefore, I value their input very much. Building meaningful relationships with families will aid in a better understanding of the child and the provision of appropriate curricula. I am determined to provide language-rich environments, fascinating open-ended resources, and a sense of inclusion and value for children. I usually engage with them during the day-to-day activities, thus understanding what happens in the school’s setup. The early years of a kid are very busy full of high developmental rate. Learning occurs at this young age through all developmental domains, i.e., social, emotional, physical, communication, physical and cognitive. I am convinced that providing children with a hands-on, encouraging experience will help them succeed in the learning process.