Similarly, ethical value may be regarded as a subgroup of a broader field of philosophic value sometimes referred to as axiology.
Be fair Be loving These values are defined differently in different parts of the world, but they are cross-cultural and expected among all groups of people. And Weinstein says they should extend beyond the walls of the sanctuary and should be taught and expected in homes and classrooms as well.
Larry Hinman, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Values Institute at the University of San Diego, explains that ethics in a secular context has to do with what people have in common in terms of humanity.
Weinstein says children are looking even at the conduct of athletes, for example.
And if everyone were to cheat, we would be back to square one because no one gets an advantage. Do No Harm Try not to hurt people. Hinman explains that the risk factors go up dramatically for these students, and kindness not cruelty is a necessity.
If you see someone in need, lend a helping hand. Make people feel good about themselves. Be a part of creating a community where people trust one another. Respect Others Weinstein explains that we show respect by telling the truth, keeping our promises, and not listening to or spreading rumors.
Hinman points to the importance of teachers respecting students. Hinman reminds us that one of the primary goals in a school is to create a community with varying talents that flourish. One of the foundational values for that, Hinman says, is respect—respecting one another and our differences.
Be Fair Fairness has to do with how we punish people, Weinstein says. Make sure your punishment fits the crime. Fairness also has to do with how we distribute scarce resources.
Finally, Weinstein says, fairness has to do with a willingness to turn an unjust situation into a just one. If a teacher is verbally abusive, Weinstein says, the ethical teacher will stick his neck out and get involved.
If a student is being bullied, the ethical student will step in. Be Loving Part of being loving, Weinstein explains, is having compassion for others. Show people you care about them. Weinstein recalls his 5th grade teacher telling his class that if they did drugs, he would haunt them for the rest of their lives.
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Ethics and Values Education - Manual for Teachers and Educators 5 Introduction Our society is going through rapid and profound changes due to globalization processes, closer integration and. From an Ethics at Noon presentation given at Santa Clara University on Jan. 17, , part of the Markkula Ethics Center Lecture Series. This article draws on the first chapter of Deborah Rhode's recently published book, In the Interests of Justice: Reforming the Legal Profession (Oxford University Press, ). Welcome to the website of the Office of Compliance and Ethics. The University of Southern Mississippi's Compliance and Ethics program reflects our organizational commitment to upholding shared values in compliance with the law.
teachers play a very important role in a student's life. they not only impart education but also help develop the personality of a student. as the instructor often plays the role of a mentor and influences an individual's development it's essential that they follow certain ethics.
Education is also a fundamental process of human life.
Therefore, in education ethics has a very important and effective role. In order to be a good human, ethics should be placed as a course in educational system.
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Terms of the Contract: The Role of Ethics in Higher Education Betty L. Siegel (with S. Craig Watson) The subject of ethics is never far from. The Ohio Ethics Law promotes the general public interest and supports confidence by prohibiting public officials and employees from: Participating in their public role in any action that involves the direct interests of the official, or those of a family member, or another with whom the official has an ongoing private business relationship;.