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Bachelor in Education ( Early Childhood Education)
Currently on my Provisional
I have worked alongside children for 4+ years. I am very passionate about working alongside children. I am very organized person. I am creative and enthusiastic, and sensitive to children’s individual needs. I possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal as well as solid computer skills. I can deliver delivering creative learning and play activities to up to 15 to 18 children aged two-to-five. I have developed strong skills in creating fun and interactive learning activities and materials for children. I believe a child's culture, values, and beliefs make them who they are and inspire them to be more.
While growing up, I was/am very passionate about education and gaining knowledge. My philosophy is that if you're passionate about something then that is the best job for you. I believe that an educator is responsible for education, care, and well-being of young children. An educator is a person who inspires children to be their best at whatever they want, and at whoever they want to be.
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