Why did you choose to work in childcare?
You get to see children’s development and learning firsthand as children grow and flourish under your care. In many families parents rely on child care so they can work, so they entrust you with their children – and what a privilege it is to play a role in children’s lives during those vital first five years.
Why do I love teaching preschool?
Every Day is Unique At this age, children learn best when they are having fun. Preschool teachers get to create entertaining, engaging and creative classrooms that promote learning as well as social, cognitive and emotional development. Creativity is an important skill for preschool teachers.
Why do you want to work in early years?
Early Years workers enjoy working with children, they are nurturing, caring and have a genuine interest in each individual child’s wellbeing, development and early learning through play. Childcare is an exciting, rewarding career and there are plenty of routes available for people who want to work with children.
How do you write a personal goal?
First consider what you want to achieve, and then commit to it. Set SMART (specific, measureable, attainable, relevant and time-bound) goals that motivate you and write them down to make them feel tangible. Then plan the steps you must take to realize your goal, and cross off each one as you work through them.
What is a positive goal?
Positive goals focus on what you will do, as opposed to stop doing. The negative versions of these goals might instead focus on not being late, spending less time online and not overeating. It should be fairly obvious that positive goals are superior to negative ones because they are clearer and more motivating.
How do you create a daily goal?
How to Set Effective Daily Goals
- Make Your Goals Meaningful.
- Break Down Your Long-Term Goals.
- Identify Your MITs.
- Make Sure All of Your Daily Goals Relate Back to a Larger Goal.
- Follow the 80/20 Rule.
- Walk at Least 10,000 Steps.
- Save $34.
- Write 1500 Words.
How do you answer why do you want to work in childcare?
Why do you want to work in childcare? – Be honest and show your passion for working with children. What are your strengths? – Emphasize what you’re good at (your patient, you’re creative, you’re enthusiastic, your versatile – and provide an example of your strength in a childcare situation).
How would you like to describe yourself?
To help you decide how to describe yourself in an interview, consider these examples:
- I am passionate about my work.
- I am ambitious and driven.
- I am highly organised.
- I’m a people person.
- I’m a natural leader.
- I am results oriented.
- I am an excellent communicator.