Code Of Ethics Of Teaching In The Philippines

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Teacher is the very important members of society. Their values, actions and ideas were shaped by event and by people with whom they contact with. (Caldicott, 2014) Teachers play a significant role in any educational system. Hence, they are expected to possess dignity and reputation, high moral values, and technical and professional competence. A teacher’s professionalism is viewed in terms of his professional autonomy, accountability, ethical conduct and knowledge which should be evident inside and outside the workplace. The concept of teaching as an ideal profession has remained strong through the years, but it has been accentuated by the needs for meeting challenges of the times. (Abria, 2015) The teachers are committed to spend time, effort…show more content…
7836 state that Regulation and Supervision of the Practice of Teaching in the Philippines, prescribing a Licensure Examination for Teachers were build a vital role of teachers to develop nation building and a good citizenship. The Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers comprising of a Preamble and 13 Articles spells that contains how teachers should relate /involve in the state, community, profession in higher authorities, schools officials, fellow teachers and other personnel including parents and the learners. It also state that a teacher should know his/her limits at all

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