By Karen Levine
A practical publication of assistance, reflections, and costs, this consultant relies upon anecdotal observations of educators with years of imaginative reports to percentage with others within the educating occupation. through the publication are statements from famous educators and early formative years developmentalists together with Piaget and Montessori which offer emphasis to fundamental pursuits of training kids. additionally serving as a spotlight for the e-book are Seven Guiding rules which are orientated in the direction of early formative years schooling. those rules supply educators with unassuming value determinations for outlining awarenesses, simplifying, and organizing their lives with recognize to problems with schooling, time administration, and relationships with little ones, mom and dad, and school. relaxing to learn and wonderfully illustrated, this ebook is an idea to educators, and allows a feeling of camaraderie among all those that search to maintain the enjoyment of educating little ones a lovely lifestyles event.
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Make a note of that. It may impact on how you deal with nap time from here on in. It is also a good idea to think as specifically as possible about what you are doing. When you put the children down for naps, do you sing? Do you rub their backs? Do you put on music and listen to it Staying on Track 19 yourself? Do you read them books? Remember, the goal is to learn about what you most enjoy doing, and the more details you can provide in this log, the more informative it will be when you review it at the end of a week.
We all do things that aren’t necessarily fun but that offer us a sense of satisfaction. For some, that might involve preparing lunch for a group of children. I love to cook for people I care about. It fills me with a sense of well-being. Others may derive that same sense of satisfaction from playing with children or putting them down for a nap, rubbing their backs, and singing softly. Still others may get their greatest sense of satisfaction from interacting with parents and helping them get through a difficult time with their children.
5 Think about what was most surprising in your log and make a note of it. Perhaps you’re surprised by how much time you spend doing things that you genuinely don’t enjoy. Maybe it’s the other way around. Maybe you’re surprised by how much pleasure you take in being an organizer/administrator. Maybe you’re surprised by how little pleasure you take in your one-on-one contact with children. 6 Repeat this process every day for a week, each day with a new log. At the end of the week, go over all of your notes, paying special attention to your Endof-the-Day Analysis.