As you read this book about the role of Kindergarten teachers in the classroom, as teachers, parents, and educators you will know that early childhood is the most critical period in human growth and development of young children.
Early childhood educators from the classroom have help me develop this book such as Piaget, James Hymes, and Marie Montessori.
Each Kindergarten teacher will acutely aware that a student's future attitude toward learning is often determined by early educational experiences.
As Kindergarten teachers learning is an essential part of every child's life. Therefore, if we desire to enable each child to learn more, time for learning and appropriate play material must be provided for them by the Kindergarten teacher.
The roles of the Kindergarten teachers are very rewarding and challenging.
I believe my book, The Role of the Kindergarten Teacher in the Classroom, hope that it will provide some practical suggestions for those teachers of young children who are searching for more effective learning strategies.
Mary Bertha Brown is a native of Georgetown, South Carolina. She is presently living in Carvers Bay Community of Georgetown. Mary is a former Teacher, Educator, Early Childhood Specialist, and Day Care Owner and Director. She has worked with the YMCA and Pepper Geddings Recreational Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Mary was a classroom teacher for thirteen years in the public and private schools. She won many awards during her years as a classroom teacher.
Mary Bertha Brown is a graduate of St. Augustine's College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Studies. She also has a Masters of Education in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Carolina.
Mary is presently tutoring children and speaking as a Motivational Speaker.
The Role of the Kindergarten Teacher in the Classroom is her second book.