What are the Code of Ethics early childhood?
The ECA Code of Ethics acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional ways of being and caring for children. This Code is not intended to, and could not possibly provide easy answers, formula, or prescriptive solutions for the complex issues early childhood professionals face in their work.
What are the 6 Key goals of the Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics?
act in the best interests of all children. create and maintain safe, healthy, inclusive environments that support children’s agency and enhance their learning. provide a meaningful curriculum to enrich children’s learning, balancing child and educator initiated experiences.
What are the 10 values and processes considered central to the Code of Ethics?
The following values and processes are considered central to the Code of Ethics: respect • democracy • honesty • integrity Page 8 8 • justice • courage • inclusivity • social and cultural responsiveness • education.
What a Code of Ethics is and describe its importance in a child care setting?
A Code of Ethics is an aspirational framework for reflection about the ethical responsibilities of childhood professionals who work with, or on behalf, of children and their families.
What is code of conduct in childcare?
A code of conduct outlines the minimum expected behaviours between workers and children in your organisation as part of your commitment to creating a child safe environment.
What are ethical principles in childcare?
Democratic, fair and inclusive practices promote equity and a strong sense of belonging. Respectful, responsive and reciprocal relationships are central to children’s education and care. Play and leisure are essential for children’s learning, development and wellbeing.
What are the four core principles of a code of ethics?
The Fundamental Principles of Ethics. Beneficence, nonmaleficence, autonomy, and justice constitute the 4 principles of ethics.