I find it harder and harder to work with people who complain all day at work. My Gawd!! How can life be so awful every single minute of the day? It makes me sad. I chose this as a career. Not as a pit stop. I love being with babies all day.
The last couple weeks have been challenging. Technical difficulties and a busy life, means I will not be detting the perfect “A” in this class. But I have learned a lot. Some of my classmates seem so interesting in the blogs I wish I could sit in their classrooms. They teach in places all around … More Reflections of my first class at Walden University
First let me explain what is a code of ethics. Code of ethics is a document that outlines the mission and values of an organization. It outlines how professionals are supposed to approach problems. It is the ethical principle based on the organizations core value and their standards to which the professional is held. I … More Week 7: Ideals from NAEYC and DEC Code of Ethics
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Today was lovely. Weatherwise in Chicago it was lovely. We took the infants for a walk through the river north downtown area. Interesting people talk to us as were walking. Some people are all just shout out “look at all the babies” today we had some random questions. One lady asked me “where did you … More Wanderings
This week a new mom and new baby came on board in the East Infant Room. Mom wanted to exclusively breast-feed. She wanted to go to work and come back every three hours. It worked for a day, but then she got stuck in traffic and the baby cried a lot. And we asked you … More New things at work
This week I am sharing some things that have inspired me over the years! Two books that I love are: The Case For Make Believe by Susan Linn Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv Both books are about children and play. Simple play unrestricted by commercialism. Web sites from school list #earlychildhoodeducation. #babiesthink … More Educate Yourself WK5