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2 Philosophy Assignment ECED 100 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Statewide Online Course Philosophy of Education My philosophy on education involves remembering that children truly are the future, if we don’t teach then we won’t see the results that we want. If we don’t guide our young children, then that will grow up without boundaries or limitations. If we allow kids to follow fads instead of common sense, they will do things such as, eating tide pods. We need to guide children at a young age to assure the best results. We need to teach kids right from wrong and critical thinking. My personal beliefs about children and learning include allowing them to take the lead, but guiding as necessary. Children need to feel independent and like ‘big kids.’ If we want self-starters, then we must start somewhere. Babies crawl and move around at their own free will, but get help from adults when they need it, such as being stuck or getting to close to dangerous objects. We want to keep kids interested in wanting more when it comes to education, so we cannot hold them back from asking questions and wanting to explore. The purposes of early childhood education can prepare a child mentally, physically, and emotionally for later stages of life. This form of education teaches life skills, such as being social and outgoing. Children learn communication skills that teach them when
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