NAEYC Code Of Ethics In Childhood Education

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NAEYC code of ethics are guidelines for childhood educators who teach and work with children from birth to eight years old. There are four main overlying points that the code supports. Child educators need to learn and be able to apply these codes. The first of these points deals with the different responsibilities that come with working directly with children. First off child educators need to feel comfortable working around children, if they feel comfortable the child will also feel comfortable. The educator needs to make sure there is room for academic growth by providing multiple opportunities for learning in a comfortable environment.

The second point involves child care workers having an open relationship with children’s families. This
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