The Early Years Learning Framework suggests educator guidance in sustaining play is essential for learning and development. Just play provides a structure for children to communicate with one another, language, in turn, like dramatic play, helps children advance their play skills, and help each child feel empowered and connected to the emerging classroom community, maximizing their individual experiences.
The teacher must be an artist because it has to create different ways in order to transfer the knowledge to his/ her daily treatment and relationships with parents and children. The teacher has to play so different roles in the classroom that only an actress or an actor can …show more content…
This means the relationship between teachers and children should be based on respect, positive support and understanding of the children needs. The curriculum is the second indicator of a good early childhood program based on materials, manipulation, multiple choice, language and adult support that help the children to create they own experiences. Also, the parents should be involved in the program as observers, helpers, and supporters. The Relationship among teachers and families is another indicator. In summary, there are more indicators of quality early childhood program but, an important indicator, is an Effective Administration, they must have a clear and consistent vision, high expectations and they have to be very ambitious about the students success, focusing relentlessly on improving teaching and learning with very effective professional development of all staff and clear strategies for improvement . Accordingly, educational leaders have been provided with a strong rationale for the importance of emotional intelligence in their professional practices.
In conclusion, I persuade you, administrators, to establish a good relationship not only with the children and parents, but also with the community and workers. Leadership becomes more essential in order to cultivate a school culture whose primary focus is on the learning and achievement of each and every student. Each day we are afforded an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of our students through our role as education