Early Childhood Education: Guiding the Behavior of Students

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Early Childhood Education teachers know that our children deserve to learn the important lessons from us and to acquire important habits with our help. Teachers and future teachers want our children to grow up to be responsible adults. Also, teachers are trying to find the perfect way to deal with children with different type of behavior. Teachers have to deal with parents, giving them a satisfactory result of their child developmental progress and security. My philosophy of guiding young children behavior is to use the combination of collaboration, positive attitude, and patience. Self control is important to teach to children because they learn the concept of courage, honesty, deal effectively with emotions, such as anger, and to be patience. Teachers need to demonstrate a positive attitude when they are dealing with different type of behavior. To have a successful and positive response from our children I as a future teacher have to give the attention that they need. For example: If Karen take away Susan‘s pencil and she comes to me to explain the situation, and I ignore...

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