State law does not require that public officials or employees attend an Ethics Law training session. Although the statute does not mandate attendance at an Ethics Law training, agency practices and internal policies often require it.
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Educators believe a commonly held set of principles can assist in the individual exercise of professional judgment. This Code speaks to the core values of the profession. Educators nurture the intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and civic potential of each student. Educators promote growth in all students through the integration of intellectual, physical, emotional, social and civic learning.
They respect the inherent dignity and worth of each individual. Educators help students to value their own identity, learn more about their cultural heritage, and practice social and civic responsibilities.
They help students to reflect on their own learning and connect it to their life experience. They engage students in activities that encourage diverse approaches and solutions to issues, while providing a range of ways for students to demonstrate their abilities and learning.
They foster the development of students who can analyze, synthesize, evaluate and communicate information effectively. Educators create, support, and maintain challenging learning environments for all.
Educators apply their professional knowledge to promote student learning.
They know the curriculum and utilize a range of strategies and assessments to address differences. Educators develop and implement programs based upon a strong understanding of human development and learning theory.
They support a challenging learning environment.
They advocate for necessary resources to teach to higher levels of learning. They establish and maintain clear standards of behavior and civility. Educators are role models, displaying the habits of mind and work necessary to develop and apply knowledge while simultaneously displaying a curiosity and enthusiasm for learning.
They invite students to become active, inquisitive, and discerning individuals who reflect upon and monitor their own learning. Educators commit to their own learning in order to develop their practice. Educators recognize that professional knowledge and development are the foundations of their practice.
They know their subject matter, and they understand how students learn.State of Hawaii Department of Education Code of Conduct Page 1 of 5 Effective 9/8/ Purpose The purpose of this Code of Conduct (Code) is to establish standards of conduct for all employees, contractors, and volunteers of the Hawaii Department of Education (DOE).
issuing this Code of Conduct that was created specifically for industry professionals and others who conduct business with the Department.
Architects and engineers. The Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct (Code and Standards) are the ethical benchmark for investment professionals around the globe. As a CFA Institute member or CFA Program candidate, you are required to follow the Code and Standards.
Code of Ethics for the Purchasing Department of NMU The NMU Purchasing Department is charged with the responsibility of conducting the purchasing function in a manner that results in the greatest benefit for the university and which will be accomplished in accordance with ethical practices of the purchasing profession.
The Code of Conduct (CoC) is the legal guide for the behavior of military members who are captured by hostile forces. If you are considering joining the military, you will be required to memorize this verbatim during your time in boot camp, basic training, Service Academy, ROTC, and OCS initial military training.
TOWN OF OSWEGO VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT CODE OF ETHICS Declaration of policy and purpose The proper operation of the Department requires that Department directors, officers and members be impartial and.