Voice of Parents: Let the Child Decide
I learned a new education principle from my child's teacher: "Let the child decide." I tried to apply it at home and the result turned out to be highly satisfactory. Every time my child encounters something he is not willing to do, I do not ask, "What's up? Why are you hesitating?" Instead, I give him enough time to make his own decision, trying not to guide him to do one thing or another. It always works! Having the chance to make choices allows my child to feel happy and respected.
Teacher's Testimonial: Spreading Love
Being a preschool teacher, I have a deeper understanding of love. I love every child as well as everyone around me. When I come cross a child playing on the road on his own, I always go and lead him to play elsewhere in a safe location. Maybe most people will turn a blind eye in this situation, but I won't.
Being a preschool teacher, I am more caring. When I see an elderly or physically challenged person on the bus, I always offer my seat immediately. Although I'll get carsick, I insist on doing so.
It is my profession that teaches me how to love and enables me to be more loving and caring.