In this essay I will be discussing the development of professional standards for health and social care. I will be concentrating on one profession which is social work. I will discuss the historical development of professional standards in health and social care and then explain how professional standards promote anti-discriminatory practice and anti-oppressive practice. I will describe how professionals develop awareness of their professional self by using professional standards.
Communicates effectively and clearly with students, parents 9. Reflective and effective student engagement 10. Utilizes standards and curriculum guides to create learning goals Since I have been a Para educator working with special education students for the past three years, many of my chosen dispositions were already in place. Now that I am in my second eight weeks of student teaching I still hold true to the dispositions that I choose in the beginning. The only disposition that I had no knowledge of was number 9-Utilizes standards and curriculum guides to create learning goals. This disposition is one that I learned once I was placed in the classroom with my co-op teacher. There was a variety of exceptionalities in my special education classroom and along with those exceptionalities came different learning skills. Those exceptionalities encompass the disposition that students learn in many different ways. This also hold true in the general classroom. There are visual learners as well as kinesthetic learners. This is why teachers must engage their students in many different ways. In my lessons I use a variety of learning techniques such as journals for those students who like to express themselves through writing, and cooperative learning exercises such as concept mapping. Concept mapping helps students connect terms in the material with the theme in that part of the lesson. Videos are also shown to launch a lesson. This helps the
being selfish, overbearing or taking credit for someone else’s work. It also shows customers and business relationships/partners
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Ethical Responsibility AstraZeneca sets a goal of being recognized for their high standards in science and how they can impact disease while still being a trusted company in the way they deliver results.
Also, standard three comes into effect due to poor management of day to day operations, scheduling conflicts, and eventually having to force all the staff to redo schedules, times, and routines. Ethics, as stated in ISLLC standard five, can also be in question because of forcing Maggie to undergo a change in schedule after she has collaborated and finalized routines with other teachers and is somewhat taken advantage of as a sub-contracted out employee. These issues result in a poor school culture hindering the learning and growth of the students and staff as stated in ISLLC standard two. Taking all of these issues and concerns into account, we can ultimately see an even bigger problem with the school’s shared vision which should be developed, implemented, and sustained by school leaders according to ISLLC
8. Standard #5 – Ethics and Integrity: Education leaders have the knowledge and ability to ensure the success of all students by acting with integrity and in an ethical
When evaluating practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities, it is necessary that Competency 2: Ethical Practice and Competency 3: Critical Thinking are taken into consideration. Competency 2 requires that social workers are able to recognize and manage personal values in a way that allows professional values to guide practice. Competency 3 requires social workers to demonstrate effective oral and written communication in working with individuals, families, groups, communities, organizations, and colleagues. By following these competency skills, a social worker is able to evaluate their experience with these different populations without being bias, and can display diversity within the profession of social work.
Artifacts and Activities Joseph Samuels Liberty University The content competency I will be addressing is Standard 6: Professionalism, Criteria A. It states, “Adheres to federal and state laws, school policies, and ethical guidelines”. One thing that I have learned these last two years is my students are always watching what I do. No matter what the situation may be, they are always observing how I act, how I react, what I say, what I do, what I wear, and overall how I carry myself every day. Yes, they do look to me for educational guidance, but they also look to me as a mentor and role model. As a result, I must always make sure I am following all federal and state laws, school policies, and ethical guidelines not only so I
Ethics paper Professional Certifications In the physical therapy field, it is very important to continue education to better understand the need to be effective in restore mobility, relieve pain and reduce the need for surgery and prescription drugs. Being knowledgeable increases marketability. The great thing about physical therapy is that it is needed in hospitals, private practices, outpatient clinics, home health agencies, schools, sports and fitness facilities, work settings, and nursing homes. Because physical therapy is needed, technology continues to allow professions to provide different ways to improve the quality of life for patients. The results of stay up to date usually have a big impact on how big your clientele will get just because you have certain certifications that other physical therapist or personal trainers may not have. A lot of clients look at things at the different types of certifications a trainer has just so they can have trust that you as a trainer know exact what he/she is doing. Also certifications Is just have knowledge of the particular job you are doing but it also helps practice to decide if they would consider hiring you to help other which is a very big risk if you do not have the certain type of certifications which could put that practice liable for any wrong doing you as a professional makes, therefore any practices that a trainer tries work will require certain certification in order for them to cover themselves in case
Seventeen centuries after physicians were instructed by Hippocrates to “Abstain from every voluntary act of Mischief and Corruption”, this early oath remains the foundation for most of the ethical codes of healthcare professions. According to Stephen Resnick, exploitation can be defined as “Taking unfair or unjust advantage of another person
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3.) When looking at the IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice, there were some steps that Betty Vinson could have taken to avoid any of the punishments that were given to her. Before following any of the IMA’s recommended actions of recourse, Vinson should have referred to WorldCom’s recognized policies on ethical behavior and follow the actions that they have written and approved to take. If WorldCom’s executives still were demanding her to falsify the journal entries after following her company’s policy, then the IMA would state that she should have discussed the issue with your immediate supervisor or the next level of management if her supervisor was involved in the unethical activity. One important thing to note with this, however, is that “Contact with levels above the immediate superior should be initiated only with your superior’s knowledge, assuming he or she is not involved (Institute of Management Accountants, 2005).
Sources of professional values and ethics Professional values and ethics are based on the foundations of personal values, professional and, academic integrity. Integrity is the act of doing what is right even if there is no one is around. Personal values are comprised of an individual’s integrity, morals, and ethics, the standards in which, an individual holds him or herself to. One must exercise personal values which in turn become the foundation professional values.
Ethical and Professional Practices When thinking of the justice system ethical and professional practices are greatly enforced. There is a code of conduct that criminal justice practitioners are expected to adhere to.