As August looms over us and summer comes to an end, teachers from all over the country will enter their classrooms to meet a whole new group of students as they do every year. The beginning of the school year can be an exciting time, however, amongst the excitement, there may be moments where teachers,…Read Full Post
Author: Contributed by Emily Maring
Emily Maring has been teaching preschool since 2011. She has a Masters in Early Childhood Education and a standard teaching license for Preschool to Third Grade. She has a gentle approach to teaching young learners with an emphasis on inclusion in the classroom. Emily has a wealth of experience working in a multicultural setting with diverse groups of children with a wide range of abilities, needs and skills. She has developed classroom management techniques and effective behavior strategies for working with young students. Every year she helps children learn to be autonomous and strengthen their self help skills in the classroom while also helping them attain the knowledge needed in preparation for Kindergarten. By empowering the children in her class she hopes they grow into well-rounded, high achieving students for the rest of their school careers. Emily lives in New Jersey with her husband, 4-year-old daughter, and Golden Retriever.
Multicultural Inclusion in an Early Childhood Education Classroom
It is important that parents and early childhood educators are aware of how multicultural education–or lack of it–can impact a student’s social emotional development. Early childhood educators have many responsibilities throughout the school day and beyond to ensure the success of their students. These responsibilities include morning meeting, assessments, and curriculum planning, development, and changes.…Read Full Post