School of Early Childhood – George Brown College

School of Early Childhood – George Brown College


[music] FESA HARSI: It’s an
amazing program. It supports you, as a
student in this field because it shows you that what you’re
learning is actually what you can take out from the books and
put it into placement. JENNIFER KIM: I loved my time
at George Brown College. I found that the
professors were great. They had so much
experience and they were so current in the field,
doing a lot of active work. All our experiences
kind of helped shape how I wanted to work in
the field myself. PATRICIA CHORNEY RUBIN: We
believe children deserve the best start in life and
that overarching belief in supporting children and families
drive our faculty work. And what really sent
faculty into our field. BETH STOCKTON: We believe that
children learn through play. Children learn through
active experiences, through real experiences,
and so we have to teach in a similar way. JENNIFER KIM: I just find
the quality of information it’s very applicable but
also you also learn the theory behind it. Those are
two very important things, learning the theory and
then also being able to apply that in the
placement as well. BETH STOCKTON: Our lab schools
afford us the opportunity to learn more about
children and families. SUE FELTOE: They will come in
here for a seven-week block and do their placement. It’s a great time for them
to be able to get hands-on practice with
the children, some feedback
from the staff, and it’s a real mentoring
program for the students to be able to
feel comfortable, to be able to take
risks and to be able to be successful in
their placement. CHRISTINE FRANCES-SMITH:
You had four placements and they were
all different. Some in community settings,
some in lab schools. But it gives you the
experience of different environments so you can
compare and kind of gauge where you want to
go in your career. SANDRA JACKSON: George
Brown College students come to us with — already
with a good knowledge of child development. That’s something that right
off the bat, they understand. And it doesn’t matter what
age group they work with. From their very first
placement they understand the importance of coming
into the placement and getting to know those children
and building relationships with the children
right away. PATRICIA CHORNEY RUBIN: We
have been very fortunate at the School of Early
Childhood to have a number of key international
experiences — one in Jamaica and one in China. And both these experiences
are transformational for students and we’re delighted
that we’re going to be able to launch an additional
study abroad in India. JENNIFER KIM: I’ve had
so many moments where I’ve discovered how big the
field of ECE is, and there are so many things
that you’re able to do with that ECE diploma.

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