Caring Community in Educational Setting

One of the most significant things that I can do to advocate for a more caring community is to increase awareness. Social media or publications in the local news that can find a response can be beneficial. Moreover, I can attend and organize various events and volunteer meetings, conduct seminars on diverse topics that concern people and stimulate general discussion of the issues. Furthermore, just as crucial to developing a caring community is the involvement of all family members in this complex process (Henderson et al., 2017). It is possible to arrange joint activities, classes, or thematic meetings interesting to parents and children. It is crucial to develop rewards for especially enthusiastic ones, which will encourage further cooperation and draw more attention.

I consider that in order for parents to be involved in the development of the caring community, it is necessary to keep them informed about school affairs and their rights. It can be done through the school’s website and personalized alerts. From my experience, I can also state that keeping constant communication and asking parents about their children and their expectations can help build trust and increase their interest. Family members need to be aware that their opinions are being listened to and supported, then they will not refuse to participate.

Early childhood educators are the first people who influence the kid’s development and the proper sense of community. The role of the teacher is to provide a harmonious mix of physical, mental, and emotional environments that are appropriate for each child’s development. The best example of caring is to take an individualized approach. The educator must understand that everyone has strengths and weaknesses. Children with and without disabilities can learn from each other and respect those around them, and the teacher’s job is to focus on their strengths (Henderson et al., 2017). Furthermore, educators should consider everyone’s cultural and linguistic differences and correct teaching methods to make all children feel comfortable. They have to set an example of caring, and then things will change for the better.


Henderson, Mapp K.L., A.T., Johnson V.R., Davies, D. (2017). Beyond the bake sale: The essential guide to family-school partnerships. The New Press.

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