Ethical Standards and Students with Special Needs Narrative Essay by Top Papers

Ethical Standards and Students with Special Needs
A look at the professional and ethical standards needed for working with special needs students.
# 131628 | 750 words | 4 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Education (Special) , Ethics (General)

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This paper briefly describes why certain personal standards have been chosen for professional and ethical responsibilities in the special education classroom. There is a focus on how problems shape these standards, such as the diverse needs of the students and how the special education teacher's time is divided by parents, unique student requirements, and regulations.

From the Paper:

"Determining my personal professional and ethical standards for working with students whom have developmental disabilities and mental retardation has been a challenging process. I have found myself increasingly prone to frame my interactions with these students in terms of priorities, specifically how and to what extent my interactions with one student should take precedence over another. This should not suggest that I do not value each student, nor consider that every student under my care deserves..."

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