CHILD 11A Understanding of Childhood Psychology Essay
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1-What is your story?
you read the stories of several early childhood educators and what led them to a career in this field.
What experiences in your life led you down the path of wanting to become an early childhood educator?
How do you think the path that brought you to early childhood education might influence your perspective as a teacher?
Another way we can get to know you is for you to share a little about your temperament.
Knowing your temperament is essential as you have read in the text and my lecture notes. To get started with this discussion, you first need to figure out your temperament type. Turn to the page in your text and review each of the nine dimensions of temperament. Place a mark on the continuum for each dimension. When describing aspects of your temperament you will want to focus only on those dimensions where your mark is close to one end of the spectrum or the other. In other words, you do not have to comment on each of the nine traits, just those that are the strong indicators of your personality/temperament.
Next, you will want to tell us how you think your temperament type might influence your work with children…what are the strengths of your temperament in relation to working with young children and what are the “red flags” that you will want to be aware of.
For your first question, I don’t have a specific story. I am studying early childhood education. I have a great love and attachment to my children, and I love children. I liked studying this specialization in order to get acquainted with a broader and deeper picture of everything that interests children, including the collection of factors surrounding it with what affects children psychologically and mentally.
As for the second question, I have mood points, which are 2,5,8, and I have strengths which are patience, endurance to the maximum, strong personality, self-confidence, and my ability to absorb children with all their qualities. Red spots are a lack of discipline at the right time, a lack of commitment, neglect, and a lack of interest. These are red spots in my life that I do not like to deal with because I am disciplined and committed to everything