CWE's Belief of Professionalism
In the links below, in addition to finding helpful links that elaborate on our core values, you can find more information as well as examples of types of assignments and students’ work students in your program have done in the past that reflect this value.
- Being a professional is a journey, a constant state of developing and evolving.
- Your role as an educator has real-world impact on the lives of multiple people.
- Mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual preparation need to occur.
- Your profession as an educator requires reading, writing, thinking, doing, reflecting, and revising.
- Study is essential to developing craft.
- The way that you show up and all of the work you do in this program is professional and reflects you as a professional.
- Attendance, promptness, and completion are valued markers.
- Planning, goal setting, strategy facilitation, and resource utilization are primary components.
- Communication across differences is a skill to be enacted on a daily basis.
- Engaging in collaboration with culturally different people is necessary.
- Spend time keeping your professional knowledge current through multiple avenues.
- Persistence through obstacles is required.
- Seek knowledge and attainment of professional dispositions, not just for yourself but for the young children that you teach.
- Focus on alignment between mission, actions, outcomes, and visions.
- Increase the awareness of the ways you do and can participate in reciprocity.
- There are regulations and licensing processes in this profession that must be followed.
- The regulations in the profession change and it is your responsibility to be aware of the changes.
- Aiming for shortcuts that lower quality decrease professionalism.
- There are many jobs and career paths in this education profession.
- You are a small part of a larger profession that carries significant weigh
Last Updated: 03/02/2022 13:14