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Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
Code of ethics presentation
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  • 1. Code of Ethics For Instructors and Online Students
  • 2. What is a Code of Ethics?
    • “ The principles of conduct governing an individual or
    • group; professional conduct.”
    • *To help you better understand visit the code of site*
    • Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    • Merriam-Webster Dictionary
  • 3. Code of Ethics for Instructors
    • State and Explain objectives and clear directions:
      • Attendance policies
      • Grading assignments
      • Projects
      • Rubrics
      • Deadlines
      • Rights to privacy
      • Student behavior
      • Rules
  • 4. Model & Samples
    • Always model great behavior and conduct within the course
      • The instructor is always a mentor
    • Always show samples of work from previous students or teacher made samples
      • It is very important for students to have a guide to avoid frustration and confusion
  • 5. Conducive Environment
    • Welcome all students and help them
    • feel comfortable by using intro-
    • ductory activities
    • Demonstrate sensitivity to all cultural
    • differences, opinions and personalities
    • Present credentials
  • 6. Always Keep it Current
    • Projects
    • Creativity
    • Rewards
    • Technology
    • Course content needs to go along with the intellectual property rights and fair use procedures
      • Update constantly in all these categories
  • 7. Code of Ethics for Online Students
    • Respect
    • Discuss
    • Interact
    • Discipline
    • Organization
    • Responsibility
    • Present
    • Credit
  • 8. Respect & Discuss
    • Respect other students’ and teachers’ opinions, ideas and privacy
    • Discuss course content and course work with students and teachers to get feedback and ideas
  • 9.
    • Interact
      • Interact with other students and the instructor to help build a positive learning environment
      • Build online relationships to help with feedback and comprehension
    • Discipline
      • Self reflect on work
      • Make sure enough time is set aside to do coursework and in a timely manner
    • Organize
      • All work should be organized to ensure legible and good quality work
  • 10.
    • Responsibility
      • Be responsible enough to:
        • Report any bullying
        • Technology problems
        • Ask for clarification
        • Implement the correct learning tools
    • Present
      • Present your ideas and coursework with clarity and class
    • Credit
      • Give credit where credit is due
      • Do NOT claim someone else’s work as your own
      • Site all references and resources
  • 11. References
    • Anderson, T. (2005). Design-based research and its application to a call center innovation in distance education. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology , 31(2), 69-84.
    • Caspi, A., & Gorsky, P. (2006) Distance Education Students’ Dialogic Behavior. Studies in Higher Education , 31(6), 735-752.
  • 12.
    • Ethics. (2010). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. Retrieved from
    • Gardner, H. (2006). Five Minds for the Future. Boston: Harvard School of Business Publishing.
    • Guide to Teaching Online Courses.(2002-2006). National Education Association. Retrieved from
  • 13. THE END