How can a teacher's ethical implicit views of learners with ID impact the classroom?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 4:45 am ad1c9bdddf
Generally when teachers have low expectations of their student's ability it can adversely affect their student's self-perception of their learning ability. If a teacher gives the impression that his/her students are incapable of succeeding they are likely to have less faith in their students and put forth less effort in educating them. Teachers need to have high expectations of their students. This is also true when teaching students with intellectual disabilities. Teachers should not predetermine the activities in which students with ID can or cannot participate in the classroom based solely on their disability. Although the student may not be ...
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Helping Professionals - Neutrality and Dual Relationships
1. Discuss the role of neutrality as it applies to your role as a helping professional.
2. Explain how neutrality is dependent upon your particular model of practice (eg. solution-focused, behavioral, etc.)
3. Explain the problems inherent with dual role relationships.
4. Discuss the NYC Dept. of Education's code of ethics in regards to neutrality. Please cite from references researched. If possible, support your answer with real world/work experiences (200 -300 words).