The Ethics Of Special Education

Author: Kenneth R. Howe
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 080777684X
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Since publication of the original edition of this book, there have been significant changes across the landscape of special education. This new edition addresses those changes and revisits enduring ethical issues that are most salient and pressing to special education teachers and administrators. Using a case-based approach, this popular text encourages students to reason and collaborate about ethical issues rather than simply master a set of principles and precepts. The issues highlighted in this volume include due process, the distribution of educational resources, institutional unresponsiveness, professional relationships, conflicts among parents and teachers, and confidentiality. The Ethics of Special Education emphasizes the perspectives and predicaments of special educators, but is also germane to the professional lives of a much wider range of individuals, from classroom teachers engaged in inclusion to administrators and school psychologists involved in negotiating IEPs (Individualized Education Programs). “Readers of The Ethics of Special Education will find real-world ethical dilemmas that reflect the current laws and trends in special education policy and practice. As a researcher in the field, a lawyer, a former teacher, and as a parent, I recommend this book for all those who help students with disabilities succeed in life. This casebook highlights the importance of reasoned exploration and empathy when attempting to solve the kind of hard questions faced by members of school communities across the nation. There are no simple answers, but for all stakeholders, this book will help you develop a clearer understanding of sound approaches to the difficult problems that you will likely grapple with.” —Daniel Losen, director, Center for Civil Rights Remedies “Opportunities to access, participate, and learn alongside a diverse range of public school students are vital to the success of students who have dis/abilities. It has never been more important for educators to work deliberately and ethically to ensure that their choices for curriculum, pedagogies, and learning outcomes benefit the learners they serve. Neoliberal politics, raced assumptions about what counts as learning, and the forced march towards globalization challenge educators. Decisions about who enters special education, for what purpose and whose benefit, are fraught. Howe and Boele’s new edition extends the vision that Miramontes had for schools that embraced all who entered.” —Elizabeth B. Kozleski, University of Kansas

Ethics Equity And Inclusive Education

Author: Agnes Gajewski
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1787141535
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This volume focuses on professional ethics and the moral dimensions of inclusive education. Grounded in an examination of international conceptualizations of ethics and inclusion, this book will provide a comprehensive analysis of current understandings of professional ethics in the context of inclusive education.

Ethical Leadership In Schools

Author: Kenneth A. Strike
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452280819
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This invaluable resource explores situations that principals are likely to encounter and presents questions and issues to help them confront difficult ethical dilemmas.

Real World Ethics

Author: Robert J. Nash
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 9780807742563
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Now more than ever, with the explosion of new technologies and human service delivery systems, innovative teaching methodologies and assessment instruments, classic ethical questions and problems still remain. The Second Edition of Robert Nash's bestseller expands on his earlier work with the addition of an extensive "question-and-answer" epilogue where Nash responds to questions about the first edition. This new chapter incorporates the latest research in applied ethics teaching and in resolving ethical dilemmas in the professions. The only applied ethics book written for both educators and human service professionals, "Real World" Ethics is essential reading for everyone who find themselves faced with making critical ethical decisions in their work.

Professionalism And Ethics In Teaching

Author: David Carr
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113466804X
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Professionalism and Ethics in Teaching presents a thought-provoking and stimulating study of the moral dimensions of the teaching professions. After discussing the moral implications of professionalism, Carr explores the relationship of education theory to teaching practice and the impact of this relationship on professional expertise. He then identifies and examines some central ethical and moral issues in education and teaching. Finally David Carr gives a detailed analysis of a range of issues concerning the role of the teacher and the managements of educational issues. Professionalism and Ethics in Teaching presents a thought-provoking and stimulating study of the moral dimensions of the teaching professions.

The Ethical Teacher

Author: Campbell, Elizabeth
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335212182
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This text combines teachers' beliefs and practices with a discussion of the connections between the moral dimensions of schooling and professional ethics applied in teaching. It presents the concept of ethical knowledge as it is revealed, as it is challenged, and as it may be used in schools.

The Ethics Of Teaching 5th Edition

Author: Jonas Soltis Kenneth Strike
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 080777118X
Size: 36.22 MB
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Written in a style that speaks directly to today's teacher, The Ethics of Teaching, Fifth Edition uses realistic case studies of day-to-day ethical dilemmas. The book covers such topics as: punishment and due process intellectual freedom equal treatment of students multiculturalism religious differences democracy teacher burnout professional conduct parental rights child abuse/neglect sexual harassment.

Justice And Caring

Author: Michael S. Katz
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 9780807738184
Size: 32.30 MB
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This thought-provoking volume confronts the expected tension between care and justice as moral orientations. These original essays, by renowned educators, reveal how these two moral orientations can work together to produce wiser and more practical policies and practices. The authors explore problems at every level of education and tackle tough questions in theory, practice, and policy making. Using real-life examples, they illustrate the great value of theoretical collaboration, instead of competing with each other, justice and care should complement each other in both moral theory and practice. Contents and Contributors: PART I: Theory of Justice and Caring (1) Care, Justice, and Equity–Nel Noddings (2) Justice, Caring, and Universality: In Defense of Moral Pluralism–Kenneth A. Strike (3) Justice and Caring: Process in College Students’ Moral Reasoning Development–Dawn E. Schrader PART II: Pedagogical Issues (4) Teaching About Caring and Fairness: May Sarton’s The Small Room–Michael S. Katz (5) The Ethical Education of Self-Talk–Ann Diller (6) Caring, Justice, and Self-Knowledge–William L. Blizek PART III: Public Policy Issues (7) School Vouchers in Caring Liberal Communities–Rita C. Manning (8) Ethnicity, Identity, and Community–Lawrence Blum (9) School Sexual Harassment Policies: The Need for Both Justice and Care–Elizabeth Chamberlain and Barbara Houston.