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Principals Diary

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  1. Code of Ethics for Educators

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    This Code of Ethics for Educators was developed by the distinguished AAE Advisory Board and by the Executive Committee of AAE.

    It contains four basic principles relating to the rights of students and educators.

    OVERVIEW

    The professional educator strives to create a learning environment that nurtures to fulfillment the potential of all students.

    The professional educator acts with conscientious effort to exemplify the highest ethical standards.

    The professional educator responsibly accepts that every child has a right to an uninterrupted education free from strikes or any other work stoppage tactics.

    PRINCIPLE I: Ethical Conduct toward Students

    The professional educator accepts personal responsibility for teaching students character qualities that will help them evaluate the consequences of and accept the responsibility for their actions and choices. We strongly affirm parents as the primary moral educators of their children. Nevertheless, we believe all educators are obligated to help foster civic virtues such as integrity, diligence, responsibility, cooperation, loyalty, fidelity, and respect-for the law, for human life, for others, and for self.

    The professional educator, in accepting his or her position of public trust, measures success not only by the progress of each student toward realization of his or her personal potential, but also as a citizen of the greater community of the republic.

    • The professional educator deals considerately and justly with each student, and seeks to resolve problems, including discipline, according to law and school policy.
    • The professional educator does not intentionally expose the student to disparagement.
    • The professional educator does not reveal confidential information concerning students, unless required by law.
    • The professional educator makes a constructive effort to protect the student from conditions detrimental to learning, health, or safety.
    • 5. The professional educator endeavors to present facts without distortion, bias, or personal prejudice.

    PRINCIPLE II: Ethical Conduct toward Practices and Performance

    The professional educator assumes responsibility and accountability for his or her performance and continually strives to demonstrate competence.

    The professional educator endeavors to maintain the dignity of the profession by respecting and obeying the law, and by demonstrating personal integrity.

    • The professional educator applies for, accepts, or assigns a position or a responsibility on the basis of professional qualifications, and adheres to the terms of a contract or appointment.
    • The professional educator maintains sound mental health, physical stamina, and social prudence necessary to perform the duties of any professional assignment.
    • The professional educator continues professional growth.
    • The professional educator complies with written local school policies and applicable laws and regulations that are not in conflict with this code of ethics.
    • The professional educator does not intentionally misrepresent official policies of the school or educational organizations, and clearly distinguishes those views from his or her own personal opinions.
    • The professional educator honestly accounts for all funds committed to his or her charge.
    • The professional educator does not use institutional or professional privileges for personal or partisan advantage.

    PRINCIPLE III: Ethical Conduct toward Professional Colleagues

    The professional educator, in exemplifying ethical relations with colleagues, accords just and equitable treatment to all members of the profession.

    • The professional educator does not reveal confidential information concerning colleagues unless required by law.
    • The professional educator does not willfully make false statements about a colleague or the school system.
    • The professional educator does not interfere with a colleague’s freedom of choice, and works to eliminate coercion that forces educators to support actions and ideologies that violate individual professional integrity.

    PRINCIPLE IV: Ethical Conduct toward Parents and Community

    The professional educator pledges to protect public sovereignty over public education and private control of private education.

    The professional educator recognizes that quality education is the common goal of the public, boards of education, and educators, and that a cooperative effort is essential among these groups to attain that goal.

    • The professional educator makes concerted efforts to communicate to parents all information that should be revealed in the interest of the student.
    • The professional educator endeavors to understand and respect the values and traditions of the diverse cultures represented in the community and in his or her classroom.
    • The professional educator manifests a positive and active role in school/community relations.

     

     

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  2. Teachers Homework Policy

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    Teachers Homework Policy It seems since the beginning of time, homework has been gleefully given by teachers, and sadly accepted by students. Society almost seems to demand it. Principals cannot seem to get enough of it. Some teachers pride themselves on loading students up with hours of homework. We need... Comment
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    Using Mind Mapping For Teaching Is Easy, Just Do This Using mind mapping for teaching is an excellent way for you to prepare for your class. It’s quite a challenge to keep your students interested and excited for lectures and class activities. This is why it’s crucial that you equip... Comment
  4. Ten Tips – Studying Techniques

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    Make studying a part of your everyday school routine and don’t be limited to ‘cramming’ for exams and tests. Establish a routine Set aside a particular time each day for study and revision and stick to it. Create a study environment This should be away from interruptions and household noise,... Comment
  5. Teachers and Confrontational Students

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    Most teachers will never encounter confrontational students. Confrontational students are a rarity. The majority of teachers will never have any problems with one. Teaching is a relatively safe profession. But for upper grades, there is always the risk. The students are bigger and have different wants and needs. Teachers should... Comment

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