Name: Zhang Wei
Date of birth: February 21, 1994
Major: Preschool education
Graduation College: Wuhan City Vocational College （Huazhong Normal University）
Contact number: 18986100670
2015---2016, the first kindergarten of the provincial government in Hubei Province served as a teacher.
2016---Before the Hubei Provincial Experimental Kindergarten Jinyu Tianxia Garden as a teacher.
Nurse's certificate, senior baby nurse, piano grade 8, Mandarin second grade, kindergarten teacher qualification certificate, etc.
Optimistic, enthusiastic, kind, confident, and motivated. Responsible for work, courageous to undertake tasks and responsibilities, able to quickly accept new knowledge and adapt to the new environment quickly, have a good team spirit, with good personal affinity, and have certain ability to innovate.
Let thanks become a habit
I am a small class teacher in kindergarten. The first event is the time to eat snacks. I invite the children to sit down and start to divide the snacks. I have a habit of waiting for the child to say “thank you teacher”, I handed the snack to him. This is not because I want to satisfy the vanity that is respected by the child, but to let the child learn to be grateful. At the beginning, when I gave them a snack, the children always said nothing. They just pulled the cup in my hand and looked confused. It seemed that I was puzzled by my actions. I didn't say anything, just smiled at him, the cup stabbed in the air for a while, I carefully released my hand and watched him take care when he returned to his seat. Then the second child handed over the cup, three, and four, until the end, no one thought of saying “thank you”, I was somewhat lost. After the children had finished drinking milk, I couldn't help but lift the cup in my hand and said to the children: “Just, when the teacher gave you milk, I didn't hand the milk to you right away, right?” They all looked at me and looked confused. Gently said: “Yes.” I slid over their innocent faces with calm eyes and said, “Do you know why?” “Because we are not jealous.” An exquisite voice. “Because the teacher is angry.” “You talk about why the teacher is angry?” The children looked at each other. I reminded the children, “Have you ever thought that you have said a word less?” “Thank you teacher--” The children responded positively. I smiled and said: “Yes, when the teacher gives you milk or other things, don't forget to say 'thank you' when you have difficulty getting help from others.” It has been a while, But the natural eyes of the children when they took the milk often flashed in my mind, and they seemed to get used to it. Most of the families in the family now have only one child. The child is the “little emperor” at home. Grandfather, grandmother, father, and mother at home always give selfless self to the child, and never think about what they get in the child, so that they do not Know what is “grateful.” However, as an educator who does not teach children to behave like this, it is a dereliction of duty. If, after the end of a group teaching activity, the teacher asked a child to help bring the tea cup on the table because of thirst. After drinking it, he told him to put it back. He thought that this is a matter of course. There is no need to say “thank you” to the child. If in the regional activities, the teacher accidentally knocked out a box of checkers on the table, the glass marbles smashed into the ground, the child spontaneously stopped the “work” in his hands, scrambling to pick up the marbles, but the teacher Standing on one side or busy with other things, then our education is undoubtedly a failure. The so-called “words and deeds”, since the children are required to pay, natural adults should also have the same contribution. There is a saying like this: “sowing thoughts, harvesting actions; sowing actions, harvesting habits; sowing habits, harvesting character; sowing character, harvesting fate.” Doesn't this point to the responsibility of the teacher? The heart of gratitude is the most beautiful angel sleeping in the depths of the child's heart. May all teachers in the world use a grateful heart to open the heart of the child, to awaken this “angel” and let thanks become a habit. By then, our world will be filled with the fragrance of love.