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College of Education Ethics Quiz GCU Answers Latest, Exams of Vocational education

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Download College of Education Ethics Quiz GCU Answers Latest and more Exams Vocational education in PDF only on Docsity! College of Education Ethics Quiz After studying the “Model Code of Ethics for Educators,” complete the College of Education quiz.  There are 20 questions.  This quiz is not timed; however, once it is opened, it must be completed in one sitting.  The quiz will be auto-graded by the learning management system. Maximum Points: 20.0 Total Number of Questions: 20 Attempts: 1 1. While entering grades on her computer after school, one of Ms. Aletti’s students comes to her classroom to discuss homework. Sitting with Ms. Aletti at her desk, the student has a clear view of the computer screen and the grades she has been entering. Which professional tenet has the educator violated? A. Ensuring that the rights of third parties, including the right of privacy, are not violated via the use of technologies. B. Taking appropriate and reasonable measures to maintain confidentiality of student information and educational records stored or transmitted through the use of electronic or computer technology. C. Respecting the privacy of students’ presence on social media unless given consent to view such information or if there is a possibility of evidence of a risk of harm to the student or others. D. Understanding the intent of the Federal Educational Rights to Privacy Act and how it applies to sharing electronic student records. 2. Mrs. Jones has been teaching kindergarten for the past 12 years. She has been under the same school district and principal for the duration of her career. In October, a student entered her classroom with a gifted label. The school does not offer gifted services for kindergarten students and Mrs. Jones has not been trained to support the gifted needs of the student. She reaches out to the principal asking for a meeting to discuss support initiatives for the student. She is requesting to be sent through an intense week-long training to better prepare to work with gifted students. The principal is giving her push back as the budget has not been designed to include a training of this nature. Mrs. Jones will not accept this response and is determined to identify an avenue to attend the training to best serve the learning needs of her student. Which example of being committed to a high standard of practice is Mrs. Jones displaying? A. Incorporating into one’s practice state and national standards, including those specific to one’s discipline B. Committing to ongoing professional learning C. Advocating for equitable educational opportunities for all students D. Reflecting upon and assessing one’s professional skills, content knowledge, and competency on an ongoing basis 3. After class, Mrs. Campbell is approached by a group of distraught students asking to speak with her privately. As soon as all other students exited the classroom, Mrs. Campbell asked the group of girls to share what was troubling them. The group of girls then detailed multiple negative comments directed to students in class by another teacher on the seventh grade team, Ms. O’Connor. The girls stated that they were used to these comments, but the most recent really upset them when Ms. O’Connor stated to the class, “You’re the reason I hate teaching in Title I schools!” With that information, Mrs. Campbell thanked the girls for confiding in her and shared she would be going to administration with their concerns that day. Which Model Code of Ethics did Mrs. Campbell utilize in this situation?  Communicating with students in a clear, respectful, and culturally sensitive manner.  Interacting with students with transparency and in appropriate settings.  Respecting students by taking into account their age, gender, culture, setting. and socioeconomic context.  Taking into account how appearance and dress can affect one’s interactions and relationships with students. 4. You are doing practicum with a classroom teacher. One day the teacher asks you to sign off on a financial document for her. You think this is odd but sign off on it anyway. Which principle helps the professional educator demonstrate responsibility to oneself as an ethical professional?  Holding oneself responsible for ethical conduct.  Monitoring and maintaining sound mental, physical, and emotional health necessary to perform duties and services of any professional assignment; and taking appropriate measures when personal or health-related issues may interfere with work-related duties.   Communicating with parents/guardians in a timely and respectful manner that represents the students’ best interests.  Maintaining appropriate confidentiality with respect to student information disclosed by or to parents/guardians unless required by law. 9 Ms. Goodman was forwarding a funny adult joke to her friend Cammie, but as she typed the name, she did not notice that Connie appeared in the To field before she hit send. Connie is the school administrator. As Ms. Goodman considered the implications of this error, which principle does this apply to when referring to the professional educator uses technology in a responsible manner by?  Staying abreast of current trends and uses of school technology.  Using social media responsibly, transparently, and primarily for purposes of teaching and learning per school and district policy. The professional educator considers the ramifications of using social media and direct communication via technology on one’s interactions with students, colleagues, and the public  Understanding and abiding by the district’s policy on the use of technology and communication.  Knowing how to access, document, and use proprietary materials and understanding how to recognize and prevent plagiarism by students and educators. 10 An educator has had a family emergency Monday night after school. The educator’s father has passed away. Because the educator’s mother is handling all of the arrangements, the educator decides to go to work on Tuesday and teach. The students can tell that something is wrong. The educator has cried in front of the students several times and has been unable to move through the lessons. Which professional tenet has the educator violated?  Knowing and upholding the procedures, policies, laws, and regulations relevant to professional practice regardless of personal views.  Taking responsibility and credit only for work actually performed or produced, and acknowledging the work and contributions made by others.  Monitoring and maintaining sound mental, physical, and emotional health necessary to perform duties and services of any professional assignment; and taking appropriate measures when personal or health-related issues may interfere with work-related duties.  Acknowledging that lack of awareness, knowledge, or understanding of the Code is not, in itself, a defense to a charge of unethical conduct. 11 The school has a BYOD (bring your own device) policy for students. The educator has assigned a research question to each student, but the computer lab is not available. She tells the students to use their personal devices to answer the research question. Five of her students do not have a device. She fails those students for not completing the assignment. Which professional tenet has the educator violated?  Understanding the intent of the Federal Educational Rights to Privacy Act and how it applies to sharing electronic student records.  Advocating for equal access to technology for all students, especially those historically underserved.  Promoting the benefits of and clarifying the limitations of various appropriate technological applications with colleagues, appropriate school personnel, parents, and community members.  Promoting technological applications (a) that are appropriate for students’ individual needs, (b) that students understand how to use, and (c) that assist and enhance the teaching and learning process.  12 Mrs. Granger was teaching a social studies lesson on a famous battle in WWII to her freshman students. After the lesson, the students were to create an illustration of the timeline of events. Mrs. Granger found that a student drew a picture of a soldier shooting a student in the class. Which principle best helps the educator act in the best interest of all students?  Increasing students’ access to the curriculum, activities, and resources in order to provide a quality and equitable educational experience.  Working to engage the school community to close achievement, opportunity, and attainment gaps.  Protecting students from any practice that harms or has the potential to harm students.  None of the above  13 Justin is an honor student preparing to apply for a scholarship to a four- year university. Justin has come to his favorite teacher to ask for  16 One of your students is staying with her grandfather for a week while her parents are out of town. On Wednesday, the student’s grandfather comes to your classroom and asks to see his granddaughter’s math grades from the previous semester. You politely inform him that you are not able to share that information with him since he is not the child’s legal guardian. You inform him that he can speak with his granddaughter’s parents and ask for written permission from them to view the grades. Which professional tenet did the educator uphold?  Maintaining appropriate confidentiality with respect to student information disclosed by or to parents/guardians unless required by law.  Communicating with parents/guardians in a timely and respectful manner that represents the students’ best interests.  Considering the implication of accepting gifts from or giving gifts to parents/guardians.  Demonstrating a commitment to equality, equity, and inclusion as well as respecting and accommodating diversity among members of the school community.  17 Mrs. Rodriguez has been teaching for eight years. During her time in the classroom, she has taught two children from the Parker family. This year she has the third and final Parker child. Mrs. Parker has been volunteering in the classroom each of the years her children were in Mrs. Rodriguez’s class. This has allowed Mrs. Rodriguez and Mrs. Parker to develop a friendship. They are social media friends and have even spent time together on the weekends having lunch and shopping. The close relationship has allowed Mrs. Rodriguez to share information and trust Mrs. Parker to complete classroom responsibilities. During her volunteer hour this week, Mrs. Rodriguez asked Mrs. Parker to grade student work and update the gradebook. Once in the gradebook, Mrs. Parker has access to all student grades and performance data. Mrs. Parker begins talking with Mrs. Rodriguez about student data and learning levels. Mrs. Parker also shared information with other parents in the class regarding the data she saw. What Model Code of Ethics did Mrs. Rodriguez violate by allowing Mrs. Parker to complete grading responsibilities in the classroom?  Protecting the confidentiality of student records and releasing personal data in accordance with prescribed state and federal laws and local policies.  Respecting the privacy of students and the need to hold in confidence certain forms of student communication, documents, or information obtained in the course of professional practice  Upholding parents’/guardians’ legal rights, as well as any legal requirements to reveal information related to legitimate concerns for the well-being of a student.  None of the above.  18 An educator is the physical education teacher at his local elementary school. His principal calls him into her office and tells him that she needs him to take over a fourth grade classroom for the rest of the semester because the teacher has an unforeseen illness and cannot continue. The PE teacher declines and says that he is unable to accept this position because he does not hold the proper credentials. Which professional tenet did the educator uphold?  Enhancing the professional growth and development of new educators by supporting effective field experiences, mentoring, or induction activities across the career continuum.  Ensuring that educators who are assigned to participate as mentors for new educators, cooperating educators, or other educator leadership positions are prepared and supervised to assume these roles.  Ensuring that educators are assigned to positions in accordance with their educational credentials, preparation, and experience in order to maximize students’ opportunities and achievement.  Keeping student safety, education, and health paramount by maintaining and sharing educational records appropriately and objectively in accordance with local policies and state and federal laws.  19 Over the weekend, an educator witnesses a colleague walking hand in hand with a student, and then kissing the student on the cheek. When the educator approaches the colleague, the colleague makes eye contact, drops the student’s hand, and leaves quickly. The educator decides to think nothing of it. On Monday, the educator approaches the colleague and the colleague says they are “just friends.” The educator trusts the colleague and does not discuss the issue with anyone else. Which professional tenet has the educator violated?  Maintaining fidelity to the Code by taking proactive steps when having reason to believe that another educator may be approaching or involved in an ethically compromising situation.  Neither filing nor encouraging frivolous ethical complaints solely to harm or retaliate.  Confronting and taking reasonable steps to resolve conflicts between the Code and the implicit or explicit demands of a person or organization.  Neither discriminating nor retaliating against a person on the basis of having made an ethical complaint.
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