I started off rereading the thesis from an old essay from last semester. My responsibilities, timing, and priorities played a huge role. The supportive points of my thesis were stating what responsibilities had to be done during the time. How timing helped me move out on my own when I really didn’t know as much as I thought I did. Lastly, making sure my priorities came first before any and everything I wanted to do.
Responsibilities were humungous for me. I wanted myself and other people to see what key points I really needed to show about how to grow up faster. It was just an outline for me writing it all down knowing I had to take care of important things such as finding a job, so I can have income to support myself. The most important thing was paying rent so I could have a roof over my head, instead of some box that I called a home to protect me from rain, wind, or snow. And being able to wash my clothes and dishes in a sink instead in some dirty old lake and having my clothes air dry from a dirty tree with little leaves on the branches to help the air blow through them.
If anybody could stress about time, it was me, because I really had to have the patience to realize that a job wasn’t going to come to me unless I went out and searched to get one. It was time consuming waiting to hear from jobs or calling the companies up to make sure jobs were interested in me. It all paid off when I actually got a job. It was school and work battling head to head with one another, whether I was too tired to make it to school or it was not getting enough hours to have a steady pay check to support me. I had to do what I had to do and that was when I started to feel the actual shift of me changing and understanding how I am growing in a way I didn’t realize before.
Prioritizing was one of the hardest things I had to do for the simple fact that I like to shop and party all the time. When I knew rent was due within the next couple of weeks ...
Early childhood education graduates have a wide number of career paths to choose from. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree some people give the teaching licensure exam, which opens up countless opportunities at public and private schools, pre-schools, kindergartens and day care centers. Others who graduate with a Master’s degree normally obtain a position as a school or educational program administrator. They also have the choice of continuing their education, and carrying out research work in early childhood education in order to address the critical issues in this field. After three to four years of research work, students submit their thesis to professors for approval, and defend their work and findings at a public dissertation. Thereafter, they are awarded they PhD or Doctoral degree of Early Childhood Education, which opens up countless opportunities in the academic and research sector at colleges, universities and research organizations throughout the world.