Teacher Ethics: Maintenance and Accountability Seminars (TE-MAS-12)Back
12 CE hours
How can you prevent what you’ve learned from fading away? How do you deal with the feeling of isolation when you are involved in the disciplinary process? How do you continue the process of remediation that began in the course you took? Participation in our longitudinal, follow-up Maintenance and Accountability Seminar for educators can address all these questions and more. These weekly, faculty-moderated teleconferences deepen participants’ understanding, elevate their accountability through revisiting their Personalized Protection Plans, and engage them in a multi-disciplinary community of peer review and support.
TE-MAS-12 is an advanced course, available to the graduates of the TE-16, TE-20, and TE-24 courses. TE-MAS continues the learning process initiated in the prerequisite courses for risk assessment and protection plan application.
- Prerequisite of completion of prior PBI educators course, or comparable course through another education provider
- Group teleconference component: Faculty-led group conference calls. One hour weekly for twelve weeks, totaling twelve hours
- Seminars are hosted at the following time: Tuesday 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM Pacific Time
- Certificate distributed upon successful completion of course following final discussion with group
At a minimum, this course will take participants twelve weeks to complete. Accelerating this schedule is not permitted. This time frame is pre-determined to facilitate the most comprehensive educational experience and allow enough time for course concepts to be absorbed and implemented.
Professions this course is suitable for:
K-12 teachers, higher education faculty, principals, religious education teachers, ministers, and other professionals working in the educational setting.
This course addresses issues such as:
- Sexual exploitation, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct
- False, fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading documentation of professional status
- False or malicious statements toward colleagues
- Attempting to obtain a teaching certificate by fraud or misrepresentation
- Using one’s name to cover the actions of another not authorized to teach
- Falsification of student records
- Misleading or deceptive communication with regulatory boards
- Covering or failure to acknowledge previous disciplinary action
- Teaching below minimal standards
- Discrimination based on race, color, creed, sex, national origin, marital status, political or religious beliefs, family, social or cultural background, or sexual orientation
- Acceptance of gifts, favors, or gratuities that impair or appear to influence professional decisions or actions
- Conflicts of Interest
- Dual Relationships that compromise a teacher role
- Improve boundary / ethical dilemma recognition and resolution
- Demonstrate the ability to apply Stratified Protection Plans in school settings
- Learn to utilize peer processing to enhance professional accountability
- Learn to identify violation potentials in colleagues and to intervene when
- Help others to maintain their professional boundaries and moral compass
A 12 contact-hour certificate of completion will be made available to course graduates upon completion of the course, certified by PBI Education. Graduates will be awarded contact hours equal to the number of hours completed during their course.