My personal philosophy of Early Childhood Care and Education is that every child need's and must have a qaulity education to suceed in the world. When a child enters my classroom I want them to explore and think outside the box. I believe in providing high standards of learning and implementing instruction for that child. I back my personal philosophy by: Benjamin Bloom, he is the one that etablished "Bloom's Taxonomy." according to Bloom, "In 1956, Benjamin Bloom headed a group of educational psychologists who developed a classification of levels of intellectual behavior important in learning. During the 1990's a new group of cognitive psychologist, lead by Lorin Anderson (a former student of Bloom's), updated the taxonomy reflecting relevance to 21st century work." (www.odu.edu) When appointing behaviors in the classroom I do agree with Benjamin Bloom, you have to have different types of behavior levels in the classroom to deslove that situation. I also believe that every child should not be "Left Behind!" I want every child that walks through my classroom to have the opportunity to acheive, suceed, and agree with what they are being taught. I also believe that every child should be able to use thier imagination, investigation, and hypothesize on the curriculum that they have in front of them in my classroom. Like my high school teacher told me before I graduated: "You can set your mind to do anything, you just need to understand the concepts. Then you can go forward!" That is what I want to tell my students when they leave my classroom, and move on to the next grade level!