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Little MindsPreschool<br />
Little MindsPreschool<br />Adrian Alvarez<br /> Adrian Aranda<br /> Georgina Alvarez<br />SelinaZhong<br />Thang Pham<br /...
NAEYC<br />Offers guidelines for responsible behavior and sets forth a common basis for resolving the principal ethical di...
ScenarioThe Ethnic Joke<br />You teach in a preschool. One afternoon in the lounge, you hear a co-worker make an insulting...
Section IIIdeals-2.5<br />To respect the dignity and  the preferences of each family and to make an effort to learn about ...
Section IIIdeals-2.5<br />Our world is mixed with different cultures and languages, so it’s important to  learn about all ...
Section IIIIdeals-3A.1<br />To establish and maintain relationships of respect, trust, confidentiality, collaboration, and...
Section IIIPrinciple-3A.2<br />When we have concerns about the professional behavior of a co-worker, we shall first let th...
Section III Ideals-3A.1 Principle-3A.2<br />This ideal is important because the goal of this preschool is to be able to wo...
Section IIIPrinciple-3B.4<br />If we have concerns about a colleague’s behavior, and children’s well-being is not at risk,...
Section IIIPrinciple-3B.4<br />This is important because you would want to let your colleague be aware that their joke may...
Section IIIIdeal-3C.1<br />To promote safe and healthy working conditions and policies that foster mutual respect, coopera...
Section IIIIdeal-3C.1<br />This ideal is important because  co-workers need to show other co-workers great respect. The be...
Conclusion<br />There are enough people who do hold hostile attitudes toward the groups they put down in their jokes that,...
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  1. 1. Little MindsPreschool<br />
  2. 2. Little MindsPreschool<br />Adrian Alvarez<br /> Adrian Aranda<br /> Georgina Alvarez<br />SelinaZhong<br />Thang Pham<br />Saray Gonzalez<br /> Nancy Chen<br />
  3. 3. NAEYC<br />Offers guidelines for responsible behavior and sets forth a common basis for resolving the principal ethical dilemmas encountered in early childhood care and education.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  4. 4. ScenarioThe Ethnic Joke<br />You teach in a preschool. One afternoon in the lounge, you hear a co-worker make an insulting joke about children and families of a particular ethnic group. It makes you feel uncomfortable, and you think her comments show an unhealthy prejudice. But everyone else laugh<br />The issue – Do you risk losing your good relationship with your colleague by saying something OR do you try to ignore it?<br />Response – You are silent. It would be too embarrassing to confront them.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  5. 5. Section IIIdeals-2.5<br />To respect the dignity and the preferences of each family and to make an effort to learn about its structure, culture, language, customs, and beliefs. <br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  6. 6. Section IIIdeals-2.5<br />Our world is mixed with different cultures and languages, so it’s important to learn about all cultures and their customs in order to understand and respect each other. Respect others in order to receive respect. After all we are “One Nation Under God”! <br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  7. 7. Section IIIIdeals-3A.1<br />To establish and maintain relationships of respect, trust, confidentiality, collaboration, and cooperation with co-workers.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  8. 8. Section IIIPrinciple-3A.2<br />When we have concerns about the professional behavior of a co-worker, we shall first let that person know of our concern in a way that shows respect for personal dignity and for the diversity to be found among staff members, and then attempt to resolve the matter collegially and in a confidential manner.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  9. 9. Section III Ideals-3A.1 Principle-3A.2<br />This ideal is important because the goal of this preschool is to be able to work together side-by-side in order to help children; to not be scared to suggest ideas when we collaborate with each other; and to prevent someone being made fun of.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  10. 10. Section IIIPrinciple-3B.4<br />If we have concerns about a colleague’s behavior, and children’s well-being is not at risk, we may address the concern with that individual. If children are at risk or the situation does not improve after it has been brought to the colleague’s unethical or incompetent behavior to an appropriate authority.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  11. 11. Section IIIPrinciple-3B.4<br />This is important because you would want to let your colleague be aware that their joke may be offensive to others and that they probably said the joke in frustration. You may also point out that if they continue with their jokes, then eventually they may accidentally say it to children and eventually you would want to report it.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  12. 12. Section IIIIdeal-3C.1<br />To promote safe and healthy working conditions and policies that foster mutual respect, cooperation, collaboration, competence, well being, confidentiality, and self-esteem in staff members. <br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  13. 13. Section IIIIdeal-3C.1<br />This ideal is important because co-workers need to show other co-workers great respect. The best goal is to have safety for the preschoolers. <br />Adrian Alvarez<br />
  14. 14. Conclusion<br />There are enough people who do hold hostile attitudes toward the groups they put down in their jokes that, anyone who does not know you well will assume that you fall in this category. Since this can only disrupt the effectiveness with which you work together, the best approach is clearly to find another way to show your sense of humor on the job.<br />Adrian Alvarez<br />

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