Case Study 1 Sarah’s Confusing Behaviour

Case Study 1 Sarah’s Confusing BehaviourCase Study 1 Sarah’s Confusing Behaviour


The case in this publication was written by a registered member of the College of Early Childhood Educators. The case describes a real experience in the professional practice of an early childhood educator (ECE). It profiles a professional dilemma, incorporates participants with multiple perspectives and explores ethical complexities.

This case study may be used by members as a source for reflection and dialogue about the practice of early childhood educators within the framework of the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.

Case studies give meaning and context to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
They transfer theoretical thinking into the realities, complexities and ambiguities of professional practice. They highlight the dilemmas and emotional tension associated with professional decision-making and action. Analyzing a case encourages College members to examine problem-focused issues from a variety of perspectives and to explore the implications of
a range of decision-making options or solutions.

Case Study 1 Sarah’s Confusing Behaviour

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