Reflection on Learning
The past eight weeks are the amazing weeks full of wonderful journey with you all my fellow colleagues! I learn a lot with you all about the strategies to implement the anti-bias education principles in many issues that may arise in early childhood field. Each of you brings such a unique experience that really enriching, inspiring and encouraging me to gain more perspectives to understand anti-bias education principles in such a wonderful way.
I hope someday I would create a classroom where every child matters, regardless their differences in many aspects of their life: their abilities, culture, race, gender, language, religion, economic class, family structures… and many more. I want the children having their first hand experience how the differences can be a strength rather than weakness. I want every single child having the experience the feeling of being loved, nurtured, and respected for who they are. And years from now, the little children would become the adult who will internalized all the great values within themselves… and the world could be a better place to live with the people who respect and value the differences.
I would like to thank you to Dr. Nanette Schonleber to be such a great mentor and give us a great encouragement on our journey of learning the anti-bias education principles. And to you all my fellow colleagues along the way in this learning, thank you very much for making my journey of learning even more fun!
“No matter how much I know, there’s always more to learn.”
Thank you and thank you,