Ethical Violations By Essence Sanchez Professor Sabina Balkaran Keiser University February 10, 2017 What is Ethics? Ethics or moral principles is presumably recognized as a set of conduct codes that one should live up to in which distinguishes between behaviors or thoughts that are considered unacceptable or acceptable in society. Ethical guidelines have been reinforced to protect the people from any psychological or physical damage.(Resnik, 2015)
The seven core values of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct are different kind of commitments that we have to follow in order to be in a field of any early childhood care and education. The seven values are: Appreciate childhood as a unique and valuable stage of the human life cycle., Base our work on knowledge of how children develop and learn., Appreciate and support the bond between the child and family, recognize that children are best understood and supported in the context of family, culture, community and society., Respect the dignity, work and uniqueness of each individual., Respect diversity in children, families ,and colleagues., And finally, Recognize that children and adults achieve their full potential in the context of relationships that are based on trust and respect.
Let me end by leaving you with a few points for you to take away from the information I have shared with you today about Autism. II. Sometimes Autism can go unnoticed in our daily lives, but knowing the signs can help us to identify someone with Autism and be more understanding if they don’t look us in the eye when talking or if they do the same thing over and over again. Knowing the causes of Autism gives each of us the opportunity to step in and take the precautions that decrease the chances of Autism occurring. The biggest thing you can do to assist someone with Autism as far as treatment is to help them cope with the changes around them and understand that nothing can hold them back but themselves.
Empowerment For People with disabilities (PWDs) to speak for themselves is one of the main goals of community-based rehabilitation. Empowerment is described as being capable of fighting for one’s rights, and being recognized and respected as equal citizens and human beings with a contribution to make. Empowerment starts from a shift in thinking from being passive receivers to active contributors. Advocacy and Communication This is about self-advocacy, which means knowing their rights and responsibilities, speaking up for their rights, and making choices and decisions about their lives. CBR encourages PWDs to speak for themselves, to connect them to their families and communities.
My Personal Code of Ethics as an Education Leader As an educator, and conceivable future educational leader, my personal code of ethics is one that envelops uprightness, correspondence, respect, imparted objectives, sympathy, open-mindedness, and confidentiality. A leader recognizes what is correct and utilizes it to make the best decision paying little mind to personal danger. I will utilize this personal code of ethics when settling on decisions including ethical issues and to guide my profession. I accept the focal and most basic reason for an educational leader is: To foster a dream for the organization as a learning community that respects the characteristic worth and abilities of every person and that fosters the planning of students
Personal Code of Ethics The journey of life is filled with trial and error, building our everyday experiences, combining them with past understandings along with insight of others, allowing us to learn. Gaining knowledge through involvement, making mistakes, and correct my own behaviour. Therefore, evaluate, analyze and understand; allowing me to grow personally as well as professionally. In writing my personalized code of ethics I have found that professionally it is important to maintain confidentiality, fairness, equality and compassion.
There are thousands of people who face challenges that come with having physical disabilities everyday, and many do not understand this reality. Having a disability does not mean that one is weak and pitiful, but rather brave and admirable for having to adapt to the challenges that most do not have to face. Three authors who advocate for disability representation, Nancy Mairs, Andre Dubus, and Harriet McBryde Johnson, are able to elaborate on their views of disability representation in the world today. Through Mairs’ essay, “Disability”, she is able to convey her thoughts on the media’s inclusion of people with disabilities. Similarly, Dubus wrote “Why the Able-Bodied Still Don’t Get It”, and in his essay, he explains how his thoughts on disability
My values include the following: honesty, patience, hardworking, respect, compassion, loyalty and positivity. These values are very important to me because they make up who I am today. Honesty and loyalty allows for a truthful and “clear” relationship with no secrets and hidden agendas; this causes a secure and stable relationship and fantastic memories and experiences. Hard working is important because you always need to be wanting to achieve
These values were first inspired by my parents, my upbringing, my school life and my community life. I realised at an early age that being respectful to everyone and their emotions, beliefs and personal values were a simple way to avoid offending people. These values have developed as I have developed and are an essential part of my character and would be a fundamental element of my practice in becoming a culturally safe healthcare practitioner. This is evident in the Code of Ethics for Nurses in Australia, where it states that the second code is that “Nurses value respect and kindness for self and others.” (Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council,
In addition, 96% of people surveyed said they would be willing to help people with disabilities stay active. If even half of those people would be willing to volunteer with an organization like South East Consortium, a huge difference would be made. Some people even said they have already
Core values of a person are characteristics that define that person. Everyone should know obviously what are our core values and why they have it. The values of a person are shaped throughout his life and suffer external influences from family, friends, instructors and the society in which that individual grow. As Gandhi once stated: “Your beliefs become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, your values become your destiny.” My five most important personal core values are honesty, integrity, fairness, compassion and loyalty.
Being taught the proper way to speak about disabilities really helps, I am now trying to speak in “ Person first” so as not to discriminate or place a stigma upon a person’s shoulders. When I eventually become a teacher all the new information I learned about diversity and disabilities in SED 125 such as knowing that not all children learn the same way or that some children may have a bigger struggle than others, and how to build healthy positive relationships with my future student. I will try to apply all the new information to my classroom
Generally, ethics is defined as the rule for carrying out certain behaviors by distinguishing between acceptable and unacceptable behavior (Resnik, 2015). In other words, ethics assists in determining whether a decision is right or wrong when given a choice. As a matter of course, decision-making is first predisposed by personal ethic that is constructed on personal experience and conscience (Fritzsche & Oz, 2007) . It tends to be affected by family and friends (Ferrell & Gresham, 1985). Not only does personal ethics guide human behavior but also social ethics (Shaw, 2002).
When I think of a physician and their characters I immediately think of the traits listed in this honor code. A physician must be responsible and diligent. They must be able to be honest and responsible enough to put their patient 's best interest as a top priority. When I started working at the Hunt Regional Medical Center I took a HIPPA regulation class and took it very seriously. I was very careful not to share any information about any patient that I might have seen during my volunteer work or shadowing. An experience that really showed me how important the privacy of the patient is was my volunteer work trip to Egypt. I shadowed and worked with a general surgeon. I remember how very different it was from all my other volunteer work. I learned
As children, we were taught by our parents that it is wrong to lie, cheat, and steal. As we grow up and enter into the real world with some knowledge of right and wrong, we see, first hand, the importance of ethics as well as its complexity. The role of ethics in our society and in an individual’s life is very necessary because it has a large influence on today, as well as the future. We need to learn about good ethics because they guide our decisions, make us who we are, and determine our future.