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By Suzanne L. Krogh, Kristine L. Slentz

This article appears to be like at careers in early schooling, what it really is wish to be a instructor or caregiver this present day, presents ancient and philosophical views of the sphere, compares and contrasts modern types of ECE, examines cultural and person adjustments that confront and problem lecturers, and gives professional and con debates of present concerns.

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Serve as an advocate for children, their families, and their teachers in community and society. • Maintain high standards of professional conduct. • Recognize how personal values, opinions, and biases can affect professional judgment. • Be open to new ideas and be willing to learn from the suggestions of others. • Continue to learn, grow, and contribute as a professional. • Honor the ideals and principles of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct. CAREER STANDARDS. In 1987, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) was founded by educators with support from school boards, college officials, business executives, and state governors.

In public schools, kindergarten through the grades, entry-level teachers must have baccalaureate degrees, although some states are moving toward a required master's degree. As each state passes legislation to create publicly funded preschool education, decisions must be made concerning teacher training. In some cases, only an AA is required, thus lowering the personnel cost for the state; in others, a bachelor's degree is required. In a school setting, the teacher is usually the highest level person to come in contact with the children.

Teachers are aware of the importance of play in all aspects of children's development. They incorporate play throughout the day and can explain its use as a learning tool to parents, colleagues, and administrators. To promote health and physical growth, teachers provide both movement and rest, fine- and gross-motor activities, and education in health and Page 12 hygiene. To enhance social development, teachers educate children about behavioral expectations, learning in groups, and the importance and meaning of rules.

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