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NAEYC and DEC codes of Ethics

august 20, 2018 by learnandgrow929216453

As an early childhood professional I will take these Ethics and practices and uphold them into my professional development and career

1.8— To support the right of each child to play and
learn in an inclusive environment that meets the
needs of children with and without disabilities. This ideal is significant to me because as an early child care provider it is essential to give all children the right to a free education in a safe, nurturing and respectable environment regardless of their individual differences

Code of Ethics: We shall build relationships with individual children and families while individualizing the curricula and learning environments to facilitate young children’s development and learning. This code shows value to the education of all children. No children are the same therefore, they do not think or learn the same. It is important to know children and understand the way they process information to help them learn better and to help you teach them in  a way they can learn.

1.12—To work with families to provide a safe and smooth transition as children and families move from one program to the next. families have a hard time transitioning as well as children do. it is the role of early childhood professionals to establish trust and great communication with the families to ensure their child and their needs will be met with each transition smoothly. the family wants whats best for the child always and as the child’s second advocate we know when the child is ready or not

Following these practices and ethics will ensure that I fulfill my professional career to its full potential. implementing these ethics will significantly enhance my professional development as an early childhood educator and leader therefore, these codes of ethics and many more are important to my career. Being a successful and resourceful educator is the ultimate goal.

Reference:

The Division for Early Childhood. (2000, August). Code of ethics. Retrieved August 15, 2018 from https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201860_04/MS_MECS/EDUC_6005_WC/artifacts/USW1_EDUC_6005_rigby_dec_codeofethics.pdf

NAEYC. (2005, April). Code of ethical conduct and statement of commitment. Retrieved August 15, 2018 from https://class.waldenu.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/USW1/201860_04/MS_MECS/EDUC_6005_WC/artifacts/USW1_EDUC_6005_naeyc_codeofethicspdf.pdf

 

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NAEYC and DEC codes of Ethics

As an early childhood professional I will take these Ethics and practices and uphold them into my professional development and career

1.8— To support the right of each child to play and
learn in an inclusive environment that meets the
needs of children with and without disabilities. This ideal is significant to me because as an early child care provider it is essential to give all children the right to a free education in a safe, nurturing and respectable environment regardless of their individual differences

Code of Ethics: We shall build relationships with individual children and families while individualizing the curricula and learning environments to facilitate young children’s development and learning. This code shows value to the education of all children. No children are the same therefore, they do not think or learn the same. It is important to know children and understand the way they process information to help them learn better and to help you teach them in  a way they can learn.

1.12—To work with families to provide a safe and smooth transition as children and families move from one program to the next. families have a hard time transitioning as well as children do. it is the role of early childhood professionals to establish trust and great communication with the families to ensure their child and their needs will be met with each transition smoothly. the family wants whats best for the child always and as the child’s second advocate we know when the child is ready or not

Following these practices and ethics will ensure that I fulfill my professional career to its full potential. implementing these ethics will significantly enhance my professional development as an early childhood educator and leader therefore, these codes of ethics and many more are important to my career. Being a successful and resourceful educator is the ultimate goal.

Personal Childhood Web

This blog is especially dedicated to the people in my life who have nurtured and cared for me when I was a child

Cynthia Moore (Mom) – My mom was my number one fan in my life. She was the head to my neck. I say that because without the head attached to the neck there is no support for the body to live. She supported me like no other. She was a very giving person to anyone she met. Her nurture and care came naturally to any stranger she could see, she would give the shirt off her back if she could. My mom made sure I was never hurt physically, mentally, or emotionally. Making me feel special was not difficult for her to show me, she was there for all birthdays, events, and all holidays were extra special. She taught me everything she could before she departed this earth. May she continue to rest in peace 11/09/69 – 02/02/08

Archie Moore (Dad) – My dad is the rock in my life. He gave me that tough love. His support and his love was rare form. He made sure I knew how a man was suppose to treat me. My dad was there for me no matter what. When I lived in another city he made sure know matter how far if I called he was coming. My dad was not really the kiss and hug type, but he always tells me he loves me. He makes me feel special by letting me know that without a doubt he will always be there for me and he’s always got my back no mater what

Dennis Moore (brother) – my brother is my protector. He always asks me” are you ok?” and “is anyone bothering you?” I know I can always rely on him to make me feel better when I am having a rough day. He’s six years older than me so I have always had somebody that I can look up to. He makes me feel special by giving me that older brother guidance that sisters need.

Mentor – I really wish I could remember her name but I had a mentor when I was a teenager. I remember her so well because my mom would say ” I always want you to have someone positive in your life that you can count on other than your family.” She was hired to do just that. When she would pick me up after school she would talk to me about life events, school, boys, home, and just life. It made me feel special because she took time out of her life and busy schedule just to instill in me positivity and hope, she taught me about goals and motivation.

Ms.Keener (Second grade teacher) – This teacher made me feel special because she instilled in me that I was so smart. In anything I passed or excelled in she made sure I knew that she was proud of me. I remember having a birthday party in her class and she met my mom and told my mom that I was smart and a well mannered girl. I remember being in spelling bees and obtaining rewards from her.

These five people amongst so many more have impacted my life as a child and have made me the adult I have grown into today. Everyone of these people still to this day impact my life wether they call and check on me, send me gifts, or just simply making sure I’m ok. Positive people being in your life as a child impacts you as an adult.

 

The Sweetest Love

I met a young boy named CT working in direct care for children with autism. CT touched my heart so purely because when we first met we had the roughest relationship. He was very aggressive towards me and wouldn’t let me into his world. As I continued to work with him more and more I began to learn him and learn his environment, the way he moved and his inside world. The more I began to teach CT, the more I began to push him into things he’s never experienced before was the more he let me into his world and his thoughts. After while the aggression stopped and turned into happiness. He began to expect me at the door, he began to show me things he could not communicate. Even his family grew fond of me and wanted me to be with him as much as I could. CT really gave me a love for autism and understanding people or children with autism. Sad to say I had to relocate after having my own child and say good bye to CT. Change is hard for children with autism but I still keep in contact with my little buddy CT