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Legal and Ethical Implications for Classroom Management

Legal and Ethical Implications for Classroom Management

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Legal and Ethical Implications for Classroom Management Brian Davis Grand Canyon University

What the issue is what and how far should the teacher and student relationship go. Teachers must report any abuse or anything in the relate field if they think it is happing. This is all in compliance with the child¶s welfare and state of being.in this article it also goes into detail about the inappropriate behavior and what is appropriate for students and teachers. Not all the time this is always clear to be seen. While some don¶t realize that one of the main responsibilities of the teacher is to provide a safe learning environment for the students and take care of them. In the article. When reading and review several articles I came across several issues that pertain and explain those rights and responsibilities. Take this for example. Then the article explain the responsibilities of the parents on how to take their children to a safe school in which they feel as though they are in a safe learning environment.Legal and Ethical Implications Legal and Ethical Implications for Classroom Management When in the public schools system there are many right and responsibilities that each person must play there part in as the role of students. the author talks about the teacher¶s liability and what they are held accountable for. The teacher may even have to plan for a home visit announced or unannounced in most cases. In the article that¶s titled Rights and Responsibilities of a Teacher and a Student written 2 by Sarah Ganly. This is the law that¶s given from the state. 2007). teacher.(Granly. This would be a case by case of the students that are in the teacher¶s classroom and not only that but for the students in her classroom. Teachers must find a way to connect with their student to help them experience real life experiences. Granly state¶s in the . it address many of the issues that are related to the responsibilities of the teacher in the classroom and many of the rights that students have as well. This would be left solely up to the classroom teacher as to what to look for. The teacher has a whole lot of responsibilities that he/she must take in account for while being a teacher. and parents.

This article states that the law is clearly noted that the job is to protect. It¶s the student¶s right to and the teacher right to insure the safety and well-being of the child. the writer of this article is tells ways of response that how a student would react to an educators classroom . It also discusses issues of liabilities of the classroom teacher.There are many factors that are involved when one may be held liable for when claiming a case of negligence with a student. This article also states that it is not the teacher responsibility if the student causes harm or injury to himself because of poor choices they made. A prime example of this would be. Another article I reviewed was Public School Law. It states that a teacher may be held accountable for a problem that may be able to have been caused if the teacher had been monitoring the child in the proper way and reporting the problems as they arise.Legal and Ethical Implications article that the relationship should be a professional relationship and this is the main goal and 3 responsibility of the educator. 1992). It¶s the parent¶s job to insure that the child has the necessary tools and things he/she need to go on the field trip to the beach. which is a great responsibility for the teacher. The last article that I found was named Response and Responsibility in the Classroom. Sometimes one can forget or fail to recognize that relationship. (McCarthy & Cambron-McCabe. That means taking all cautions before anything happens to insure the student has proper care and supervised properly at all time when a the home.Teachers and Student¶s Rights by Martha McCarthy. The Negligent Tort Law is being discussed in this article as well. The parents would have some part in the liability if the child or children are not up to the proper age. In this article it explains the legal rights of students and the classroom teacher. The responsibility would not be on the teacher any more. This article is about the duties and responsibilities of students in the classroom. a teacher has the responsibility to watch and oversee the student while going on a trip to the beach.

Legal and Ethical Implications management plan. and Scott goes right along with my personal beliefs. when trust is established classroom management becomes less of an issue. I feel that this theory by Kagan. This article was written by Edgar Baguio. I feel a great responsibility of teachers is to learn how to properly teach the students to monitor their behavior themselves and make the students liable for their own actions. The article states that the student 4 job in the classroom would be to follow all the rules and classroom procedures.´ Therefore. I truly feel as though this method will work out best in my classroom. Baguio believes that when both parties ³do their responsibilities. I totally feel that after my method I choose for classroom management plan is very appropriate for my classroom. it is easier to rely and trust each other (Baguio. This will help them to be able to manage their own behavior. Kyle. The students would be fulfilling their responsibilities and making wiser decisions about the behavior that they display in the classroom. The article states that a really good an effective classroom takes both the student and the educator who follows through with rules and regulations. After reviewing the Win-Win approach. I feel as though my approach will help give students the skills to succeed and be successful and taking ownership of their own behavior. There are a lot of issues that deal with legal and ethical implications about classroom management for educators in the classroom. . 2008).

com/KaganClub/ McCarthy. Retrieved on March 28. Rights and Responsibilities of a Teacher and a Student.com/doc/2936599/Response-and-Responsibility-in-theClassroom Ganly.Legal and Ethical Implications Reference 5 Baguio. What is Win-Win Discipline? Retrieved on June 6. Public school Law: Teachers¶ and student¶s rights (3rd ed. 2009. . N.kaganonline. E. & Cambron-McCabe. 2009. S. http://www. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. from the Kagan Online Journal Web site: http://www.html ?cat=4 Kagan. .).M.H.scribd. (2008). S.com/article/352999/rights_and_responsibilities_of_a_teacher. (2007). (2002). (1992). from Associated Content: Information from the Source Website: http://www. M.associatedcontent.

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