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3 weeks ago
Ms. Vanessa

The pain no one talks about...
The pain no one really prepares you for.
The pain your child doesn't see in your eyes.
The pain you have to endure because you know what's right.
The pain that's, thankfully, temporary because one day, when they're older and more mature, they eventually realize that every decision you made, every ground rule you put into place, every time you so "no," was to teach them, protect them or prepare them for the day they would face this world without you by their side. 💜
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4 weeks ago
Ms. Vanessa

Empower children to become better leaders and take pride in their own uniqueness! I love the philosophy: Don’t get upset ! You got this…

This is worth watching all the way to the end!

Need coaching? DM me! I got you! ⭐️
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1 month ago
Ms. Vanessa

Critical thinking is the core of most learning opportunities. As educators, we need to motivate students to learn and bring solutions to the table instead of regurgitating memorized information.
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So how do we do this❓
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First and foremost, relationship. The student-teacher relationship sets the foundation for all learning. The better the relationship, the more students want to answer questions, listen to others, and be involved.
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Sometimes even when a positive relationship exists, we still lose students' motivation. So we must
recognize what motivates a student as an individual. But, how do we decipher what motives a student? Sometimes it is just luck; other times, we need to appreciate or discover what a student truly values.
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As teachers, we need to set clear and consistent expectations before learning can occur; this sets the classroom up for organized learning, though mine tends to be more of organized chaos it creates safe boundaries that students will come to rely on. Once students understand, the rest falls into place, and students will generally take ownership in learning.
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Inspire: The best teachers are also excellent actors and storytellers; we must first inspire to engage.
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Hugs & High 5’s Ms. V 🌼
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#criticalthinking #education #thinkforyourself #think #inspire #earthisflat #msv #globalteaching #love #truth #msvanessa #thinking #freethinker #coronavirus #flatearth #openyoureyes #dream #creativity #freedom #problemsolving #psychology #learning #wakeup #mentalhealth #lifeskills #science #empathy #peace #expectations #learnthroughplay
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Critical thinking is the core of most learning opportunities. As educators, we need to motivate students to learn and bring solutions to the table instead of regurgitating memorized information. 
. . 
So how do we do this❓ 
. . 
First and foremost, relationship. The student-teacher relationship sets the foundation for all learning. The better the relationship, the more students want to answer questions, listen to others, and be involved.
. . 
Sometimes even when a positive relationship exists, we still lose students motivation. So we must 
recognize what motivates a student as an individual. But, how do we decipher what motives a student? Sometimes it is just luck; other times, we need to appreciate or discover what a student truly values.
. . 
As teachers, we need to set clear and consistent expectations before learning can occur; this sets the classroom up for organized learning, though mine tends to be more of organized chaos it creates safe boundaries that students will come to rely on. Once students understand, the rest falls into place, and students will generally take ownership in learning. 
. . 
Inspire: The best teachers are also excellent actors and storytellers; we must first inspire to engage. 
. . 
Hugs & High 5’s Ms. V 🌼
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.  #criticalthinking #education #thinkforyourself #think #inspire #earthisflat #msv #globalteaching #love #truth #msvanessa #thinking #freethinker #coronavirus #flatearth #openyoureyes #dream #creativity #freedom #problemsolving #psychology #learning #wakeup #mentalhealth #lifeskills #science #empathy #peace #expectations #learnthroughplay
2 months ago
Ms. Vanessa

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3 months ago
Ms. Vanessa

Children are asked growing up, "what do you want to be when you grow up." I vividly recall my answer to that question. Of course, the first person was always Wonder Woman, but the second person I wanted to be was Mrs. Fred Rogers, but why? Simply because he cared. "This is what I give. I give an expression of care every day to each child, to help him realize that he is unique…" and I believe that was the beginning of my own educational philosophy. ⭐️ ... See MoreSee Less

Children are asked growing up, what do you want to be when you grow up.  I vividly recall my answer to that question. Of course, the first person was always Wonder Woman, but the second person I wanted to be was Mrs. Fred Rogers, but why? Simply because he cared.  This is what I give. I give an expression of care every day to each child, to help him realize that he is unique… and I believe that was the beginning of my own educational philosophy. ⭐️
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Vanessa’s Personal Philosophy

To have fun! I don’t want to be a grown up, adults have forgotten that learning is fun! Learning is exploring, making mud pies, walking barefoot, getting dirty and best of all asking: what if…?

A child’s imagination is our future!

About Ms. Vanessa

Vanessa a dedicated and motivated educator with more than 25 years of experience in multi-cultural populations with expertise in early childhood education (ECE), communication and staff development. She has inspired children, parents, and her staff with her values of teamwork, commitment, creativity, self-confidence, determination, and the ability to achieve goals. She has presented to audiences around the world on the importance of how to teach children. She is the vision and creative drive behind the company and its ever increasing curriculum.

She is an active member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and she continues to further her education by keeping abreast of new studies and research in the ECE Field. Vanessa is a certified Trainer for Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP).

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