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Need an argumentative essay on Ethical dilemma. Needs to be 7 pages. Please no plagiarism.Download file to see previous pages... This research will begin with the statement that ethics is at the core

Need an argumentative essay on Ethical dilemma. Needs to be 7 pages. Please no plagiarism.

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This research will begin with the statement that ethics is at the core of every practice in the field of childcare. When childcare workers deal with an ethical dilemma, they must be guided by the essential values which underpin ethical framework, honesty, and trust. When dealing with a dilemma, it is important to follow the Ethical Response circle (ERC) to resolve the dilemma. If one educator or director handles the issue without supporting evidence, the dilemma won’t be resolved completely. When a dilemma arises it is important that the staff follow the ERC using supporting documents to support them. The researcher’s &nbsp.group chose Ethical dilemma 3. The dilemma centered around a preschool boy who was wearing a female clothing when his dad arrived to pick him up. The father got really angry seeing his son in female clothing. The childcare educator tried to explain the situation, but the boy’s father was really frustrated. So the researchers started the Ethical Response Circle, where I had the role of the child. Each of the group members posted a reactionary response according to the stages provided by the tutor.&nbsp. At the end, the researchers reached a resolution. The child’s best interests were the main focus of the discussion between the parents and the childcare center staff. The researchers agreed to provide the boy's parents with information about our program, their son's interests and choices of activities by using the daily communication book.&nbsp....

But sometimes there is usually a difference between the parents knowledge and the career professional's knowledge. These are noted as factors inhibiting parent-career partnerships. In this dilemma there is a big gap between the partnership of the centre and the parents. That is why we looked at NQS Element 1.1.6. Each child’s agency is promoted, enabling them to make choices and decisions and to influence events and their world. Early childhood professionals have an important role in advocating for children (Smith, A. B. (2007). But advocating for children is not about undermining the role of parents. That was why we moved to the next level of the ERC. Professional Consideration. At this level, we believed that it was important to support our practice and policies by addressing the Code of Ethics as the key factor of our professionalism. The Code of Ethics acknowledged that in relation to children we must “Acknowledge his uniqueness and potential to ensure he enjoys his childhood”. Besides this we incorporated The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the National Quality Standard (NQS) into daily life at our centre. Our professional staff plan daily activities based on their observations, extend them when children show interest in particular themes and we also use intentional teaching as part of our program. We encouraged the boy's parents to borrow the copies of EYLF and NQS to get a better idea about the principles that our professional team follows to enhance children’s learning and development. After that the boy's parents showed more interest in listening to us. This is when we moved to next circle in ERC. The next circle was ethical principles.

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