What do ethics and trust mean?
Ethics is the standards of moral obligation that determine the difference between right and wrong. Ethics involve moral commitment to do what is taught to be right. As private morality is the concept of learning through family and religious institutions. Ethics is about bringing the principles into actions. Consistency between what we say we value and what our actions say we value integrity issues. ‘It is also self-restraint: (1) not doing what you have the power to do. An act is not proper simply because it is permissible or you can get away with it. (2) not doing what you have the right to do. There is a big difference between what you have the right to do and what is right to do. (3) not doing what you want to do. Ethical behavior is the behavior which can be interpreted as right or wrong or put another way, actions ate based on morality. To behave ethically, would mean to behave in a morally correct way to do things that we usually recognize as being “good”. In contrast to the moral behavior is immoral behavior, including doing immoral action or “bad” behavior.
Trust is both and emotional and logical behavior. Emotionally, it is where you expose your weaknesses to people, but believing they won’t take any advantages of your openness. Trust is a firm of belief and confidence in honesty, integrity reliability, justice, for instance of another person or thing; faith; trust.
What do you see as their value in the classroom?
As we all know that, children are a blank of slate when they came to this world, being formed from what they hear, see and be taught. The same is true when it comes to ethics and trust. Especially the children in the age of 4-10 group, they learn the values from what they hear, see and are taught. There are some of the ethics and trust’s value we can see that in the classroom :
When children trust their friends in the classroom, they will give each other more leeway because they feel...