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1 PUBLIC SCHOOL 1.Vocabulary from Chapter 8 2.Observation – slide 2 Capstone Questions 3.Law Study –slide 3- Complete and place in portfolio To Do:

2 Homework Chapter 8 Chapter 8 Capstone Observation and Questions Read Ch. 8, observes an elementary school during lunch using Form 4, and attach it to these questions. 1. Did you note differences between this lunch and the middle school lunch time? 2. Did you observe any potential legal or ethical issues? 2. How can you keep yourself out of legal difficulties while supervising students? 3. Did you see any differences in the way students were supervised by the staff both at that school and between schools? 4. Explain the difference between “the law” and ethics. 5. What are the six characteristics of ethical teaching and why is each important? 6. Define the following terms: a. Due process b. Tenure c. Liability d. Academic freedom e. Corporal punishment f. Probable cause g. Sexual harassment 7. What does the Buckley Amendment establish and in what ways is this important for students’ rights? 8. How do a school administrator’s search and seizure rights differ from those of a law enforcement officer? 9. What guidelines would you give to a new teacher based on recent Supreme Court rulings on teachers’ rights regarding personal appearance, right to free speech, and personal sexual behavior? 10. What are a licensed teacher’s responsibilities regarding the reporting of child abuse? 11. Briefly summarize copyright provisions for print, video, and software resources. 12. Describe the three guidelines teachers should keep in mind when dealing with student behavior that might lead to suspension or expulsion. 13. Describe three or four basic guidelines for the interface between religion and education. 14. Give examples of how students’ rights may be abridged by their status as students.

3 Law Study Free Speech Rights of Students culty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/ studentspeech.htm p.com/EdLaw.htm Special Education rights enu/SchoolLaw/Issues/Spe cialEd.aspx p.com/EdLaw.htm Separation of Church and State home/area/tools/studentrights.asp ications/first/findingcommongroun d/B06.TeachersGuide.pdf EdLaw.htm Due Process Rights of Public School Students y/projects/ftrials/conlaw/duepro cesstudents.htm m/EdLaw.htm Search and Seizure ty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/searc hes.htm om/EdLaw.htm Copyright Law om/EdLaw.htm om/EdLaw.htm Pick one of the six law areas on this slide and research it: 1.List important cases in your chosen area 2.Briefly outline the rule of the law in your chosen area

4 SCHOOL LAW CLASS HANDOUTS FOLLOW

5 BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS EACH YEAR YOU NEED TO TALKED TO YOUR PRINCIPAL ABOUT? YOUR CLASS RULES YOUR CLASS RULES YOURS AND YOUR SCHOOLS DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES YOURS AND YOUR SCHOOLS DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES WHEN AND HOW TO SEND A STUDENT TO THE OFFICE WHEN AND HOW TO SEND A STUDENT TO THE OFFICE YOUR INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES YOUR INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES EXPECTATIONS IF YOUR ARE A SPONSER OF AN ORGANIZATION EXPECTATIONS IF YOUR ARE A SPONSER OF AN ORGANIZATION HOW TO REQUEST SUPPLIES AND OTHER ITEMS HOW TO REQUEST SUPPLIES AND OTHER ITEMS HOW TO REFER STUDENTS TO COUNSELING HOW TO REFER STUDENTS TO COUNSELING DEALING WITH CRISIS DEALING WITH CRISIS DEALING WITH PEERS DEALING WITH PEERS DEALING WITH THE ADMINISTRATION ITSELF DEALING WITH THE ADMINISTRATION ITSELF

6 IssueImportanceCase(s)Notes PUBLIC SCHOOL LAW

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8 Standards for Professional Conduct An Educator: 1.Maintains a professional relationship with each student, both in and outside the classroom 2.Maintains competence regarding skills, knowledge, and dispositions relating to his/her organizational position, subject matter, and or pedagogical practice 3.Honestly fulfills reporting obligations associated with professional practices 4.Entrusted with public funds and property honors that trust with honest, responsible stewardship

9 5. Maintains integrity regarding the acceptance of any gratuity. Gift, compensation or favor that might impair or appear to influence professional decisions or actions and shall refrain from using the educator’s position for personal gain 6. Keeps in confidence secure standardized test material as well as information about students and colleagues obtained in the course of professional service unless disclosure serves a professional purpose or is allowed or required by law

10 7. Refrains from using, possessing and being under the influence of alcohol, tobacco, or unauthorized drugs while on school premises or at school- sponsored activities involving students

11 11 1.THOU SHALL NOT WORSHIP IN THE CLASSROOM 2.THOU SHALL NOT ABUSE ACADEMIC FREEDOM 3.THOU SHALL NOT ENGAGE IN ACTIVITIES THAT IMPAIR TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS 4.THOU SHALL NOT DENY STUDENTS DUE PROCESS 5.THOU SHALL NOT PUNISH BEHAVIOR THROUGH ACADEMICS 6.THOU SHALL NOT MISUSE CORPORAL PUNISHMENT 7.THOU SHALL NOT NEGLECT STUDENT SAFETY 8.THOU SHALL NOT SLANDER OR LIBEL YOUR STUDENTS 9.THOU SHALL NOT PHOTOCOPY IN VIOLATION OF COPYRIGHT LAW 10.THOU SHALL NOT BE IGNORANT OF THE LAW

12 LEGAL SURVEY T OR F 1.YOU HAVE TO HAVE DONE SOMETHING WRONG TO BE SUED? ____ 2.WHEN CALLED INTO TO TALK TO AN ADMINISTRATOR ABOUT A PROBLEM AND YOU FELL THIS COULD LED TO A SUIT OR COST YOU YOUR JOB ASK FOR AN ATTORNEY? ___ 3.MOST SUITS ARE OVER EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM? ____ 4.IF A STUDENTS DOES NOT WANT TO RECITE THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG YOU CAN FORCE HIM/HER TO DO IT?___ 5.NOT SHOWING UP FOR DUTY CAN MAKE YOU LIABLE?___ 6.IF EVER YOU ARE FACED WITH A RELIGIOUS ISSUE AT SCHOOL YOU SHOULD TURN TO YOUR PRINCIPAL FOR ADVISE? ___ 7.WHEN COUNSELING A STUDENT ASSURE THEM THAT YOU WILL NEVER TELL WHAT THEY TALK ABOUT? _____ 8.STUDENTS CAN PRINT ANYTHING IN SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS UNDER THE 1 ST AMENDMENT?___ 9.IT IS LEGAL TO DATE A 19 YEAR OLD STUDENT, THAT YOU DO NOT TEACH?___ 10.YOU HAVE CIGARETTES IN YOUR CAR AND IT IS PARKED AND LOCKED ON CAMPUS THIS IS AN ETHICS VIOLATION? _____ 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.F 5.T 6.T 7.F 8.F 9.F 10.T


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