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    • CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ECUADOR FACULTYOF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERSAND SCIENCES EDUCATION LANGUAGES SCHOOL FIVETH SEMESTER MULTILINGUAL NAME:ASIMBAYA MIREYAA SUBJECT: ECUADOR’S EDUCATION PROBLEMS
    • ETHICS • Ethics there comes from the word Greek ETHOS which means in our language "mansion“. According to this meaning, ethos means temperament. • Ethical is the philosophical science entrusted to study or think about the morality, but as the morality it has a human and social character. this definition can be extended indicating that:The Ethics is the philosophical discipline that studies the moral behavior of the man in company.
    • CHARACTERISTICS • The ethics is a science: it explains the things for his reasons and not for occurrences of moments or produced intuitions. The ethics are a scientific knowledge. • The ethics is caught by the reason: this means that the ethics are not a product of the emotion or instinct. The ethics take the reason as organ and basic instrument. • The ethics is a practical science: It is done to be realized in the daily life. It is to know to act and fulfills his purpose when it is personified in the human conduct. To learn ethics is to learn for the life. • The ethics is a normative science: It gives norms for the life, orientates the practical conduct, directs the free decisions of the man. The ethics study the normal thing any more he does not study the normal of fact, but the normal of right.
    • LEVELS OFTHE ETHICS Some authors indicate two levels of Ethics: CRITICAL ETHICS Which is properly theoretical; and it takes charge determining which " opinions or moral beliefs are cost.
    • APPLIED ETHICS Also called regulation and consists of guiding the conduct to decide which is the best decision between the possible ones to realize in a concrete situation.
    • THE VALUES MORALIT Y GOOD JUDGMEN T
    • Professional requirements A professional must exercise their work appropriately, since this has a social purpose, which is to adequately cover the needs that society must satisfy, thus contributing to the common good
    • ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS TO COMPLY PROPERLY WITH THE EXERCISE OF A PROFESSION: Personal inclination to the profession that it is.  Natural ability to exercise it properly  An adequate theoretical preparation.  A sufficient practical training. Sense of duty and dedication to service.
    • IMPORTANCE OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS. It is the commitment of who have had the privilege of top level training Also the professions have a social purpose and this is to properly serve the needs that society must satisfy Ethics is a cultural value of society and the time in which we live.
    • Ethical principles Principle of consistency Principle of freedom Principle of fairness
    • Ethical standards Ethical standards are concerning permanent, and the person can go integrating them as part of their habits and attitudes, becoming virtues The standard of intimacy Standard of truthfulness Standard of authenticity
    • Ethics is the way they exercise their responsibility to the values, principles and moral standards. Does a trial evaluation of a human action in the practical life, values, principles and ethical standards
    • PROBLEMS OF PROFFESIONAL ETHICS Consequences: A lack of ethics not only affects the victims who suffer them, although they are the first affected Consequences there are many, the most important are: • the low self-esteem of those who commit them • the prestige of the profession. This last occurs in two ways: •destroys public confidence •gets frustrated hopes of social sectors
    • AREAS IN WHICH PROFESSIONAL ETHICS PROBLEMS ARE DEVELOPED The teacher relationships with society: •Teacher professional success depends on, the support that provide the social environment. •The Professor, in a way, is a designated citizen, since he is the target of a constant observation with regard to his overall behavior. •Lifetime Professor belongs to the company. What other professionals can carry out with impunity is not allowed to the Professor, who is subjected to permanent criticism of all their actions. •The Professor is the representative of the family and of society in regard to the education of generations of children and adolescents.
    • AS IT SHOULD BE A GOOD TEACHER We will see what are the ethical principles that should govern the conduct of the teacher: -The teacher must always project a worthy, professional image, and as ethical principles, morality, honesty, justice, objectivity and efficiency. -A teacher must respect their students and the parents of your students, your co-workers, your superiors. -You must respect the opinions of others, including those of his students, accepting the divergent points. -The teacher must recognize the importance of participative work and collaboration. -A teacher should not openly identify with a political line, nor to proselytize, it should not carry badges, flags or symbols identifying political organizations.
    • -A teacher must be a lifelong student, to impart teachings should be updated and learn constantly according to the evolution of new techniques, and didactic material. -A good teacher will be in continuous contact with other professionals who contribute to its enrichment as a teacher. -A teacher should feel proud to be master and should participate in the activities of the educational establishment. -A teacher should not accept gifts or donations, payable to any economic value that compromise their actions. -You must examine the problems arising in the educational establishment, contributing to the solution of the same.
    • -If consumed drugs or alcohol, it should not be master since it will break the principle be example for students. -A good teacher should be part of the family of students, so should pursue self improvement plans, should be a guide for the other members of the family of the student; It must promote and support comprehensive education of students. -Students need orientation psychological, sentimental, and attend the teachers in many instances, therefore the teacher should be able to assist with these needs. -Teachers and educational institutions, are the second home for our children, that's why in choosing them, we must do a careful selection, since it will depend on values and the teachings received at home have an effective continuity are not changed or distorted.