CEC Code Of Ethics For Children With Special Needs

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CEC Code of Ethics
The council for exceptional children, CEC, guarantees the right of a high-quality early education for children with special needs. Educators may need to make adjustments to their own beliefs to meet the needs of students and their families. The CEC website lists principals and standards that all educators should uphold when working with students with special needs. These principals serve as a good example of the mindset we should have as we work with students with disabilities. We have a tremendous responsibility for shaping the lives of children, and we need to assist children of all abilities.
Principal A includes holding high expectations for our students, while taking into account their language, culture, dignity, and
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Principal C regards allowing children with special needs to participate and to be included in regular education activities. Part D includes professionals working together to provide the best services possible for the student with special needs. Principal E deals with reaching out, and connecting with families to make decisions that best suit the child. Principal F involves using research proven methods when working with children with special needs. This takes the guesswork out of finding what works best for children. We have models that we can follow that can give the best methods for treating, assessing, and teaching children with special needs. Principal G regards doing whatever is possible to safeguard a child’s well being, whether emotionally, physically, mentally, and psychologically. As teachers we have the responsibility to discourage and punish anything that harms the child. Principal H states that we as well must refrain from any behavior that harms the child. Principal I …show more content…
I chose this, because inclusion is so important for the student. Inclusion allows for the student to make friends and learn social cues. Inclusion brings children enjoyment, and improves a child’s quality of life. This is important for teachers to remember this when working with children with special needs. These children do not need to spend all of their time in isolation, or in a group of only children with special needs. Children of all abilities can learn a lot from each other. John from my PDS placement spends all of his time with his regular education peers, and I think he learns a lot about behavior and appropriate social interaction from

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