Socialization is how an individual participates in society. All sociologists believe that this statement is true but they have different views on how societies are structured. The consensus theory is the approach adopted by Functionalists. Functionalists view education as a positive aspect. They believe that education is very beneficial and important for the affiliation of society.
First 3.1 Respect for persons: second 3.2 social Justice and 3.3 Professional Integrity: The social worker profession work embraces the three core values and principles as strength and guide for workers when working within the community, individuals, families and other organisations to maintain the human dignity, right to wellbeing, self-fulfilment and client self-determination. The social worker’s working with child protection agencies families, communities and profession holds that social justice is a core obligation which societies should be called upon to uphold. Societies should strive to afford protection and provide maximum benefit for all their members. The social work profession values honesty, transparency, reliability, empathy, reflective self-awareness discernment, competence and
Equality- When in a work setting equality is achieved when all children have equal opportunities to participate in different activities. This can also be seen as showing ‘’equal concern’’ for each individual child. This means we should meet the needs of all children and families. Equality of opportunity is making sure that everyone in the society is treated equally and fairly in order to reach each individuals potential. In a childcare setting it is important to provide learning opportunities for children that explore their own identity
Explain the importance of demonstrating anti-discriminatory/anti-bias practice when working with children and young people: The importance of demonstrating anti-discriminatory/anti-bias in a work setting is to help prevent discrimination towards any individual children, members of staff or parents and to help promote equal opportunities. By helping to prevent discrimination and promote equal opportunities we are making sure that all members of staff, children, parents and other professionals who enter the work setting are treated equally and fairly and in an unbiased way. All work settings should have policies, procedures and strategies which demonstrate how a positive and inclusive attitude should be towards all individuals that attend the setting regardless to their age, gender, race, culture or disability. By showing this type of positive attitude each individual within the wor setting
When working with children you should not demonstrate anti-discriminatory practice. It’s important that all practitioners work in a fair and inclusive way and ensure that all children have equal opportunities within the setting. Promoting equality within the setting will allow them to develop a self-esteem and become confident in life. They will also feel valued by people and respected even if they are different to others. Its important to promote a sense of belonging in the setting as when children grow up, they need to feel that they belong to the group, whether that group is their family, their culture, the community they live
Respect, which includes listening to people accepting that people communicate in different ways and valuing that they communicate in different ways. This allows the child plenty of time to respond to the actions/tasks, even if it takes them longer than others to do this. Self-determination, this gives the children an opportunity to make their own choices in their learning. Children with special educational needs should be given this option like any other typical child as they should be treated equally. All children should have access to a huge range of activities, that with guidance, it will help them to gain life and work skills that will contribute to their own independence.
a. What social work values are most central to you? How should they be incorporated into social policies? The social work values that are most central to me include service to humanity, social justice, human dignity and worth, integrity, and competence. Most importantly, the value of services to humanity is central to me and the foundation for the additional social work values that are central to me because it reflects the importance of helping others and having the ability to put others’ needs before my own, which I feel is the basis for effectively practicing social work.
Social work is professional as well as academic area which is associated with social welfare and social wellbeing of the communities and overall society. Social work functions through by the variety of the means and set of activities such as; campaigns, social change, rallies, development, empowerment, cohesion just to name a few. On the other hand, the ideological area of social work is aided by different social, philosophical theories ideas such as; collective responsibility, respect for diversities, human rights, social justice and so. The social workers tend to help people in addressing multiple issues, challenges difficulties through the applications and implementation of systematic approaches and methods in order to create and maintain social wellbeing. The new age of techonology has brought new changes not only in the structure of social work but has also changed its ideological composition (Rubin, 2016).
Last, I will describe who my coalition partners may be and other questions I should be asking myself moving forward with this research process. A goal of social justice I hope to champion through my research is equity of educational outcomes. I want to research the modes of instruction that students respond the most positively to and experience the most personal, intellectual, and academic development through. This is largely informed by my own
If all people act with respect for others, then people will live in peace and trust. People should all be able to decide how they want to live their lives. They should use reasoning to make decisions and solve problems. Here are the major points of humanism: Personal freedom, choice, responsibility. Achievement motivation towards highest levels, control of own destiny, child centered and interaction with others.
â€¢ The right to speak up and have your opinions listened to and their views respected. â€¢ Every child needs to be registered after birth. The right to a name, nationality, freedom of expression and access to information concerning them. â€¢ The right to education, leisure, culture. â€¢ To be healthy.
They must use the influence of their leadership constructively and productively in the service of all students and their families. A leader guides activities as a role model, consider personal and professional values, as well as demonstrate a personal and professional code of ethics. They treat people fairly with dignity and respect. Legal and contractual obligations must be filled and laws and procedures should be applied fairly, wisely, and considerately. A key role in educational leadership is to create an atmosphere that everyone wants to be a part of.
Its all about understanding the childs individual needs and meeting these needs, putting in intervention strategies to remove the barriers from learning. Our policy states: Equality of opportunity is fundamental to good practice in education, in which fairness of opportunity for all is a basic right. Diversity Diversity means different/difference.
ELCC 5.1 states that leaders act with integrity and fairness to ensure the success for all students; therefore, as an educational leader I will have to practice demonstrating principles of integrity and fairness, and know the federal, state, and local policies, guidelines and procedures. I will have to plan, implement, and evaluate policies and procedures within the school in order to support the student’s success. Data is an easy way to assess student learning, and to ensure teachers are following the policies and procedures that are in place through the federal and state guidelines. As a leader, I will need to improve on my knowledge of the laws that are in place (which are is also stated in ISLCC standard 6), and research the best ways to assess my teachers and students according to these
• These practises are based on the social model of disability in which schools and their heads are expected to always make reasonable judgements which will help in removing all the barriers in their setting and thus make all children be able to get equal opportunities to participate in different