PD Instructor: Shannon Eustace
The focus of this course is “Educator Ethics,” by way of using the Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE). The MCEE is a tool for developing a proactive approach to ethical decision-making, guiding an educator’s daily practice when working with students, colleagues, and school communities.
The purpose of this online course is to develop an understanding of educator ethics, supporting your daily process of professional decision-making. This course combines a competency-based approach with live and recorded webinars creating a professional learning community, to assist you with achieving a National Education Association (NEA) Micro-Credential badge. To complete this class successfully, you will need to use the NEA rubrics to complete the artifacts listed in the NEA micro-credential, “Understanding Educator Ethics,” as well as attend the mandatory virtual and asynchronous classes, and completing all related activities. After completing this course, all participants will be encouraged to submit artifacts to NEA for Micro-Credential Badge scoring. Participants will not need to receive the NEA Micro-Credential badge, from NEA, to complete this course.
All work is due to instructor by December 19, 2023. Work is completed via Google classroom.
Live meeting sessions are 4pm to 6pm on the following dates:
- October 17, November 7, November 28, and December 12
This course was made possible by the collaboration between the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA).
HOW TO REGISTER: Go to PDE3 and add your name to the waitlist. Pay your deposit through above; once you have paid your deposit, you will be moved from the waitlist and registered for the course. This can take up to 3 days since it is a manual process.
THIS COURSE IS OPEN TO HSTA MEMBERS ONLY
PDE3 Section #310538
Dates: October 17, 2023 through February 15, 2024 (Portfolio due date: January 15, 2024)
This online course will begin on October 17, 2023. Participants will receive instructions from the instructors on how to access course content prior to the start date of the course, information will be sent to the email that you have listed in PDE3 (most cases it is an @k12.hi.us email). The deadline to pay for this course is October 13, 2023.
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