Preschools should always endeavor to make children feel safe and well cared for. In addition, they should also ensure that children learn and develop important skills for the rest of their life. These are places where young children should feel valued and receive the attention they require. However, not every preschool offers these things.
When it comes to preschools, it is important to understand that preschool teachers play a great role in the success of the preschool. The teachers should be able to plan the curriculum and also transform the current lessons into different learning opportunities for the children. This, in turn, allows the children to be comfortable when it comes to utilizing their exclusive strengths and likings to learn. A good preschool teacher should always encourage the children to be successful, and always have a positive feeling about themselves.
An effective preschool teacher should adopt the following nine behaviors:
Understand when a kid needs to figure out new concepts and ideas on their own. In addition, they should know when they need to explain things to the kids step-by-step.
Encourage the kids to be active in class activities and respect the set classroom rules. In addition, they should always listen to what the kids say and then expand on their language. This should assist the children to build their background knowledge and vocabulary too.
Understand when they need to teach the children directly, when to allow the children to practice skills, when to inspire their creativity, and when to give the children time for discovery and exploration.
Organize for activities that have meaning and purpose for the children, and that challenge the children too.
Know when and how to encourage teamwork among the children and how to teach them how to resolve conflicts among themselves.
Encourage the children to respect one another's personal belongings and time.
Provide endless opportunities for discussions and conversions among and between the kids, and with their teachers and parents.
Understand how to create and maintain order in the classroom. However, this should happen in a way that allows the kids to enjoy learning, and participate in the classroom activities.
Organize the classroom in a manner that boosts how they work with the kids, and how the kids spend time in the classroom.
A good preschool environment should allow the kids to enjoy play-focused learning, but through the guidance of the teacher. Learning doesn't have to happen through the traditional learning process. It needs to be fun, as this stimulates critical cognitive thinking while boosting the child's social and sensory experience. Every learning activity should happen in a unique and creative manner. These are all things to look for in any preschool (and preschool teacher) you choose next for your child. With these criteria in mind, you can have honest conversations about what you want for your child in their next preschool.
For more information and tips, contact your local child care facility.
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