Instructor: Carrie Phillips
ECE 312: Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs December 5, 2011
Vision, Mission, and Philosophy
We know that you are wondering if we have the greatest early childhood center in the county. Most early childhood curriculum focus around components that have you asking some questions such as is this curriculum based on sound child development principles of how children grow and learn, (the NAEYC for example), is it consequential to the children in your care, does it embrace children with disabilities, is it flexible, and so on. All these questions are a major part of making a program that provides the finest care possible in all aspects of a child’s development. With that conveyed, in this thesis, I will describe our vision, mission, and philosophy here at Little Blessings Childcare Center. An explanation of how the proposed vision, mission, and philosophy are based on a child development theory. An explanation of how the proposed vision, mission, and philosophy are based on my own core beliefs of early childhood education. Here at Little Blessings our vision is to provide a place of comfort and peace, while learning to work as a team and become unique individuals with a purpose for life. We wish to become a strong foundation were children and families are treasured, and where communities thrive on each other. Our mission is to provide excellent individualized inclusive services that empower children with the overall goal of promoting healthy development and escalating social proficiency of children of all ages, ethnicity, and income. Little Blessings services will be family-friendly, following the faith that children develop in the framework of their family and culture. Parents are respected as the primary educationalist and nurturers of their children. Our philosophy is based on the conviction that each child has an instinctive exclusive talent which,...