Ethics And Law For Teachers by Kenneth CrookEthics And Law For Teachers by Kenneth Crook

Ethics And Law For Teachers

byKenneth Crook, Derek Truscott

Paperback | November 5, 2015

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The practice of teaching in Canada is regulated both by law and professional codes of ethics and conduct. Ethics and Law for Teachers, Second Edition, engages readers in an authentic, personal consideration of the professional expectations and benefits of reflective practices of teaching in Canada. Not only does the text delve into the objective, rational standards to which teachers are held accountable, it helps to translate conscious knowledge of those standards into belief and action. To encourage reflection on and engagement in ethical and lawful practice, the text includes case studies and examples from teachers in the field, discipline hearings, and court cases. To encourage readers to consider these examples in a more reflective manner, ethical and legal expectations are presented in a descriptive, rather than prescriptive manner. The text invites readers to consider how they would act in each situation and compare their personal predispositions with society's expectations, providing for a more inclusive and flexible understanding of how ethics are enacted in real life.
Title:Ethics And Law For TeachersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.44 inPublished:November 5, 2015Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176590315

ISBN - 13:9780176590314

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Table of Contents

Preface Chapter 1: The Ethical ContextChapter 2: The Personal ContextChapter 3: The Legal ContextChapter 4: The Societal ContextChapter 5: The Professional ContextChapter 6: Student Rights, Parent RightsChapter 7: Authority and Discipline Chapter 8: Protecting Students from HarmChapter 9: Personal Life, Public RoleChapter 10: Teacher-Student RelationshipsChapter 11: Diversity and EquityChapter 12: Controversy and Teaching ReferencesIndex