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The Ethical Teacher

Author : Campbell, Elizabeth
ISBN : 9780335212187
Genre : Education
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This text combines teachers' beliefs and practices with a discussion of the connections between the moral dimensions of schooling and professional ethics applied in teaching. It presents the concept of ethical knowledge as it is revealed, as it is challenged, and as it may be used in schools.
Category: Education

The Ethical Teacher

Author : Ivan Snook
ISBN : 0864694326
Genre : Moral education
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"This book proposes the model of the 'ethical teacher' - one who understands both the moral purpose of education and the importance of viewing the process of teaching as basically ethical in nature." --book cover.
Category: Moral education

The Ethical Educator

Author : Susan E. Israel
ISBN : 1433101599
Genre : Education
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Directed to teachers engaged in research in the classroom, explores ethics in relation to teaching and teacher research and discusses how to integrate ethical standards into research to contribute to the profession.
Category: Education

The Ethics Of Teaching 5th Edition

Author : Kenneth Strike
ISBN : 9780807771181
Genre : Education
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Written in a style that speaks directly to today's teacher, The Ethics of Teaching, Fifth Edition uses realistic case studies of day-to-day ethical dilemmas. The book covers such topics as: punishment and due process intellectual freedom equal treatment of students multiculturalism religious differences democracy teacher burnout professional conduct parental rights child abuse/neglect sexual harassment.
Category: Education

Creating The Ethical School

Author : Bongsoon Zubay
ISBN : 0807745138
Genre : Education
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Addressing the many ethical issues that arise daily in school, this volume is a hands-on guide for all K-12 practitioners, an excellent teaching tool for preparing future teachers, and an essential resource for anyone who wants to create a caring and supportive school environment. This book features: realistic, provocative, and ethically challenging case studies that can be adapted to both private and public school settings, ideal for generating discussions about how to resolve given issues; a range of encounters educators are apt to experience, such as between teacher and teacher, teacher and student, parent and teacher, and parent and administrator; an array of ethical dilemmas and issues encountered at different grade levels on topics such as: racism, teasing, cheating, plagiarism, anorexia, free speech, violence, religion, and much more; and appendixes listing ethical standards for each member of the school community and overviews of student understandings of right and wrong, presented according to grade level.
Category: Education

The Ethics Of Teaching

Author : Kenneth A. Strike
ISBN : 080773666X
Genre : Education
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Written in a style that speaks directly to today's teacher, The Ethics of Teaching, Third Edition uses realistic case studies of day-to-day ethical dilemmas. The book covers such topics as punishment and due process, intellectual freedom, equal treatment of students, multiculturalism, religious differences, democracy, teacher burnout, professional conduct, parental rights and child abuse/neglect.
Category: Education

Ethics Teaching In Higher Education

Author : Daniel Callahan
ISBN : 9781461331384
Genre : Philosophy
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A concern for the ethical instruction and formation of students has always been a part of American higher education. Yet that concern has by no means been uniform or free from controversy. The centrality of moral philosophy in the undergraduate curriculum during the mid-19th Century gave way later during that era to the first signs of increasing specialization of the disciplines. By the middle of the 20th Century, instruction in ethics had, by and large, become confined almost exclusively to departments of philosophy and religion. Efforts to introduce ethics teaching in the professional schools and elsewhere in the university often met with indifference or outright hostility. The past decade has seen a remarkable resurgence of the interest in the teaching of ethics, at both the undergraduate and the professional school levels. Beginning in 1977, The Hastings Center, with the support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, undertook a system atic study of the state of the teaching of ethics in American higher education.
Category: Philosophy

Professional Ethics And The Teacher

Author : Meryl Thompson
ISBN : 1858560799
Genre : Teachers
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In Britain the creation of a General Teachers' Council -- ensuring, for the first time, professional self regulation for teachers -- is drawing close. This book, written in association with members of the embryonic General Teachers' Council, explores the key ethical and professional issues that have to be solved before a council can exist -- and the answers that are being found. The concerns are of universal relevance.
Category: Teachers

The Ethics Of Cultural Competence In Higher Education

Author : Beverly A. Burnell
ISBN : 9781482206791
Genre : Business & Economics
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This new book presents both research (qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-design) and conceptual chapters about the ethical factors to be considered in teaching, administration, and professional practice in higher education settings. The book includes recent research-based ideas in the field of higher education. Topics include cultural competencies for higher education faculty, professionals, and administrators, such as use of language in communicating concepts to students for whom English is not a first language, avoiding imposition of bias, encouraging exposition of perspective, and ethical practices for professionals working with the diverse environments and populations in higher education settings. This work is particularly important since becoming informed on the latest approaches and ideologies is an essential component of both professional preparation and continuing professional development of faculty, professionals, and administrators in higher education. Currently, education practitioners struggle with finding time for professional development and ways to inform themselves of the latest research. This volume will help education practitioners keep abreast of the most important recent research. As college student populations and environments continually change, so must the practices of the professionals who work with them. This volume highlights some of the most recent practices and perspectives in ethics and cultural competence for all college and university personnel. This volume is unique and valuable because other books have addressed culturally competent ethical practices for discrete professions within higher education, no single work has a collection of writings about ethical and culturally competent practices for a variety of the professions in higher education.
Category: Business & Economics

The Ethics Of Special Education Second Edition

Author : Kenneth R. Howe
ISBN : 9780807758953
Genre : Education
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Updated to include changes in the field, this new edition addresses ethical issues that are most pressing to special education teachers and administrators. Using a case-based approach, students are encouraged to reason and collaborate about due process, the distribution of educational resources, institutional unresponsiveness, professional relationships, conflicts among parents and teachers, and confidentiality.
Category: Education

Ethics Self Study Research Methodology And Teacher Education

Author : Robyn Brandenburg
ISBN : 9789813291355
Genre : Education
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This book examines the nuanced and situated experiences of self-study researchers. It explores the ways in which ethics are dynamic, idiosyncratic and require an ongoing ethical reflexivity. In addition, the book identifies, documents and collates the collective experiences of self-study researchers and sheds new light on the role and impact of ethics, ethical dilemmas and ensuing decisions for education researchers. The book considers the ethical dilemmas that self-study researchers in teacher education face, their careful ethical considerations while conducting research, and how they form their professional judgment and understanding of what it means to be an ethical self-study researcher. For self-study researchers, there are a number of ethical dilemmas and challenges that cannot be neatly captured by the frameworks and guidelines of an ethics board. For many, this requires researchers to be ever-present and re-engaged with the ethics of their own projects, from the development, through to the dissemination of their work. Readers will gain a deeper understanding of ethics, ethical perspectives and practices in the field of self-study research.
Category: Education

Ethics And Law For Teachers

Author : Kenneth H. Crook
ISBN : 0176251367
Genre : Teachers
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The practice of teaching is regulated both by law and by professional codes of ethics and conduct. Laws and codes cannot cover every possible ethically challenging situation that teachers will face, however, and teachers will always have to rely on their own ethical judgment of what the right course of action should be. Such ethical judgment is not simply a matter of personal preference; it must based on sound ethical principles and reasoning. For this reason, an exploration of our own values is an integral part of ethical training. Ethics and Law for Teachers will help the reader explore values relevant to professional behaviour and provides both theoretical and practical knowledge to the teacher in training.
Category: Teachers

Now What Confronting And Resolving Ethical Questions

Author : Sarah V. Mackenzie
ISBN : 9781452296227
Genre : Education
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Written by an educator and a national authority on ethics and featuring detailed real-life case studies, this volume outlines the relationship between ethical practices and school success.
Category: Education

Teaching In Unequal Societies

Author : John Russon
ISBN : 9789388630924
Genre : Education
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This book considers teaching in modern institutional settings, among other things, as the ethical questioning and reversal of passively accepted prejudices, particularly in contexts of diversities and inequalities. Its thematic focus is the ethics of teacher-learner and learner-learner relationships within the democratic setup, and the possibilities of critique and transformation emerging out of such a relationship. The first theme of the book is diversity and pluralism, the second is the question of inequality in such contexts of radical diversity. With respect to this question, an unavoidable phenomenon of our times is the capitalisation of education and the reductionist view of learners as customers and consumers of knowledge. The approach to education that sees students merely as skilled human resources to be readied for the job market militates against critical thinking and do not respond appropriately to the questions of diversity and inequality. Thus, a significant focus of the book is the impact of inherited inequalities of caste and race on classroom ambience and teachers' interventions in the modern institutional context. The pertinent question is the increasing unwillingness of teachers to recognise and challenge discriminatory views and play their role in social transformation. In this regard, the teaching and learning of the humanities is also investigated. Teaching and the traditional classroom, it is often said, may not be required in the future as machines and remotely located teachers/explicators might claim their place. Hence, another question of focus is whether such a future would be hospitable to the critical task of education to cultivate young citizens of democracies.
Category: Education

The Ethics Of Digital Literacy

Author : Kristen Hawley Turner
ISBN : 9781475846775
Genre : Education
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The digital era has brought many opportunities - and many challenges - to teachers and students at all levels. Underlying questions about how technologies have changed the ways individuals read, write, and interact are questions about the ethics of participation in a digital world. As users consume and create seemingly infinite content, what are the moral guidelines that must be considered? How do we teach students to be responsible, ethical citizens in a digital world? This book shares practices across levels, from teaching elementary students to adults, in an effort to explore these questions. It is organized into five sections that address the following aspects of teaching ethics in a digital world: ethical contexts, ethical selves, ethical communities, ethical stances, and ethical practices.
Category: Education

The Importance Of Ethics In The Teaching Profession

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ISBN : OCLC:1051807903
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Abstract: Speaking about the profession of teacher, it is necessary to consider contemporary global ethical issues in education and educational research. There is an opportunity for students to develop a critical stance towards some of the most pressing ethical issues in education and educational research in contemporary societies. In a school context and with the support of school polices, programs and practices, ethical education helps students to develop for example in depth knowledge and awareness of their own and other cultures.

Teachers Ethical Self Encounters With Counter Stories In The Classroom

Author : Teresa Strong-Wilson
ISBN : 9781000343663
Genre : Education
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Offering unique theoretical perspectives, autobiographical insights and narrative accounts from elementary and secondary educators, this monograph illustrates the need for teachers to engage critically with counter-stories as they teach to issues including colonization, war, and genocide. Juxtaposing Pinar’s concept of ethical self-encounters with theories of subjective reconstruction, multidirectional memory, and autobiographical narration, this rich volume considers teachers’ ethical responsibility to interrogate the curriculum via self-reflection and self-formation. Using cases from workshops and classrooms conducted over five years, Strong-Wilson traces teachers’ and students’ movement from "implicated subjects" to "concerned subjects." In doing so, she challenges the neoliberal dynamics which erode teacher agency. By working at the intersections of pedagogy, literary theory and memory studies, this book introduces timely arguments on subjectivity and ethical responsibility to the field of education in the Global North. It will prove to be an essential resource for post-graduate researchers, scholars and academics working with curriculum theory and pedagogical theory in contemporary education.
Category: Education

Tough Choices For Teachers

Author : Robert L. Infantino
ISBN : 9781607090854
Genre : Business & Economics
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In Tough Choices for Teachers: Ethical Challenges in Today's Schools and Classrooms, Infantino and Wilke help student teachers, new teachers, and experienced teachers think more deeply about ethical concerns. The case studies included by the authors involve ethical dilemmas dealing with honesty, integrity, and proper professional behavior.
Category: Business & Economics