Educational Ethics

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  • Educational Ethics

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    after the twist. The author chooses Social Contract as this allows the teacher to be guided by the documents and policies whilst considering all parties and benefits for all. This includes immediate, long term and new issues (the twist). Virtue Ethics- is what a ‘good person’ would do (Dr A. Sammel, personal communication, July 7,2010). In the immediate this would ensure that Molly performs at the eisteddfod, taking up the initial agreement (charity). As a virtuous act can also be a vice this

  • Educational Ethics

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    components is necessary to develop the foundation of a school. So, in my opinion the most important string of ethics and morals should be shared by teachers and students. The professional educator is not only responsible for teaching a certain course to a grade level but also preach about civil values such as integrity and truth. In order to do so, the teacher should maintain certain standards and ethics towards her students. Enforceable Standards under section 3 regarding ‘Ethical Conduct Toward Students’

  • Normative and Educational Ethics

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    The controversies in our time between teleological and deontological ethics which come down to the problem "from being to ought," referring to human being or nature, can be resolved only by an adequate conception of human nature. Taking up the ancient tradition (Plato, Aristotle, Stoa) again, we can re-examine the teleological conception of human nature as primarily instinctive and selfish, and say that human nature is constituted also by reason and that the instinctive nature is predisposed to be

  • Educational Literacy in the Context of Environmental Ethics

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    Educational Literacy in the Context of Environmental Ethics ABSTRACT: I explore the concept of literacy and the role it might play in environmental ethics. One of the goals of environmental ethics is to describe and contribute to the creation of an ecologically responsible culture. The creation of such a culture requires the development of knowledge and abilities that will help sustain such a culture. Since education is one of the key institutions for instilling values and world views, it is

  • Reflection Of Personal Ethics And Values In Educational Education

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    Educators are often considered the expert or leader when dealing with stakeholders (parents, community, government, officials) in the educational realm. As the educational leader you must always think of your actions, thoughts, reactions and their effect on others. Yasir and Mohamad (2015) states, “leadership is known as a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal.” Due to an era of accountability our (educators) actions and behaviors are often perceived

  • Educational Leadership Case Study

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    Introduction Educational leadership is an ever-changing fast-paced profession where decisions are made continuously in the best interest of children. “In this era of accountability, final decisions are expected to reside with the person who is the top of the hierarchy” (Shapiro & Gross, 2013, p. 4). It is with these decisions that educational leaders affect the lives of hundreds of young people and their families’ every day. Ethically, educators are faced with daily dilemmas to balance personal

  • Ethics And Professional Challenges

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    would be unfair to people if they wernt treated equaly. The Ethics Group works to make better patient care and the health of the people by examining and promoting physician professionalism. We try to face this challenge through the establishment of the ethics group that provide guidance for practicing physicians. The development of educational programs that inform physicians on means to address ethical and professional challenges.The ethics group is organized into three different parts, the first one

  • Compare And Contrast Aristotle And Plato

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    particularly education practices, and human ethics and virtue. EDUCATIONAL PRAXIS Early thought processes concerning education laid the groundwork for the modern philosophy of education, including university structures and frameworks. What our ancients have advocated is said to be the cause of every century’s success in continually gaining knowledge. But Plato and Aristotle had very different opinions when it came to the education branch of life. Plato 's Educational Theories Plato thought education at

  • Special Education Practice and Research

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    school-to-prison pipeline, 2005). The debates over the effectiveness and identification of students with disabilities highlight a couple of the ways in ethical issues underlie special education. Yet, this is only the tip of the ethical iceberg. Issues of ethics are also pervasive in special education assessment, instruction, curriculum, service delivery, funding, and research. Due to the thorny ethical and political issues for special education practitioners, policy makers and researchers, it is critical

  • Moral Vision & the Landscape of Engineering Professionalism

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    fiascos that showed a new necessity for a reevaluation of engineering ethics. By the early 2000’s ethics had become a mandatory part of education for engineers with the primary objective of protecting public safety, health and welfare above all else. In her essay “Moral Vision and the Landscape of Engineering Professionalism” Elizabeth D. Gee expresses the need for further change in ethics education both in the workplace and in educational institutions for the betterment of engineering as a profession.