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ETHICS. A group of moral principles, standards of behavior, or set of values regarding proper conduct Thesaurus: Principles, morals, beliefs. ETHICS. If You’re Unsure - Before You Act – ASK yourself the following: Is this legal? Is it against company policy?

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Ethics

ETHICS

  • A group of moral principles, standards of behavior, or set of values regarding proper conduct

    Thesaurus:

    Principles, morals, beliefs


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ETHICS

If You’re Unsure - Before You Act – ASK yourself the following:

  • Is this legal?

  • Is it against company policy?

  • Could the action cause loss or harm to anyone?

  • If everyone I knew saw me, would I feel uncomfortable?


Think

Think

What are some things you make ethical decisions about?

How sure are you of those decisions?

Lets watch:

Summary of ethics

What should have happened?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWWAV8RorF0&feature=watch_response

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XDP1HD7fc4&feature=fvsr

Think again, what are some things you make ethical decision about?


What decisions about right and wrong do you make

What decisions about right and wrong do you make?

  • Cheating

  • Downloading music / movies

  • Telling on your friends

  • Lying to teachers / friends / parents

  • How hard you actually work

  • Speeding

  • Others?


Why have a code of ethics

Why have a Code of Ethics?

  • To define accepted/acceptable behaviors

  • To promote high standards of practice

  • To provide a benchmark for members to use for self evaluation

  • To establish a framework for professional behavior and responsibilities

  • As a vehicle for occupational identity

  • As a mark of occupational maturity


My code mission statement

My Code: Mission Statement

Life is too short to worry about the little things! By being a teacher I choose to be in the public eye and to be a positive role model.

Though I am far from perfect, I will strive to live my life well to the fullest with no regrets. I will strive to treat each person I come across with respect and dignity regardless of how they may view or treat me.


I p kato will use the following code of ethics as a guide to good choices

I, (P. Kato), will use the following Code of Ethics as a guide to good choices:

  • I will be honest

  • I will base my thoughts and actions on my religious belief

  • I will not carry anger from one person / group to another

  • I will not worry about the small stuff

  • I will be fair and unbiased in my grading

  • I will be honest with all my students regardless of consequences

  • I will give everyone a fair chance and will give them an optimistic second chance

  • I will not judge on superficial items

  • I will strive to leave all the places I go to a better place


How i will do it

How I will do it

  • I will smile everyday

  • I will not look at names whenever possible when I am grading

  • I will respect and talk with my students and colleagues

  • I will not whine and complain when things don’t go my way

  • I will remember that appearances do not say who the person is and that high school is a time of growth and change where a person is not the same one day to the next

  • I will find something to laugh at every hour and go home to my family realizing I am lucky to have them, and my life.


What you will do write your own code

What you will do – Write your own code

  • Get to know yourself

    • Ask others to give a fair analysis of you

    • Create a pro / con list of yourself

  • What would you like to change about yourself?

  • Develop an ethics mission statement

  • Develop a list of values

  • Explain how you will accomplish / stick to your values

  • Create penalties or actions for failing


Things to think of when writing your code

Things to think of when writing your code

  • A code of ethics should be tailored to the needs and values of your organization / you.

  • Red Cross

  • FedEx

  • Microsoft

  • Many ethics codes have two parts

    • Inspirational: outlines ideals it hopes to live up to

    • Rules or principles: everyday steps to follow

    • Often have Enforcement: way to keeping one accountable

  • The ordering does not matter, but first listed usually are more important

  • How / when will your code be reviewed / revised?


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