Embedding the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct

The National Association for the Education of Young Children's (NAEYC) Code of Ethical Conduct serves as an excellent guide for interacting with children, families, colleagues and the community. This course provides an overview of the code, as well as practical tips to help you learn more about day-to-day use of the code.

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Professionalism in Early Childhood

Providing the highest quality services to children and families requires educators to meet professional and ethical standards of conduct. Look closely at the benefits of using reflective practices for professional growth and discover the characteristics of a professional in early care and education field.

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Professionalism-Beliefs, Knowledge, Action

Early care and education is a service profession with quality as the key ingredient. Quality is not static. To provide quality services for children and families, early childhood teachers must follow an ethical code of conduct, make decisions based on knowledge and best practice, and use a professional development plan.

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Welcoming, Respectful, Work Environments

As a program leader, recognize the significance of personal interactions and communication with staff, parents, and children as a critical piece for the success of an early childhood program. Examine the need for communication and collaboration with staff and families to build policies and procedures within the workplace.

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