Seminar on ‘Teacher’s Ethical Decision Making’ is going to be held at Zaporizhzhia Teacher’s Training College #globalethicsday2016


This seminar is a contribution to the third annual Global Ethics Day announced by Carnegie Council. Its aim is to foster awareness of the ethical principles and values that guide teachers’ actions and promote the highest ethical standards of professional practice and conduct.

Planned as an initiative of the Department of Foreign Languages, Zaporizhzhia Teacher’s Training College, the seminar will focus on a variety of ethical dilemmas and complex situations teachers can face every day. It is designed to help students understand what specific types of ethical dilemmas can arise in the teaching profession and learn how common ethical principles can be used to resolve these dilemmas.

Such a guideline as Teachers’ Code of Ethics will provide would-be teachers with a problem-solving framework and help them make decisions and apply the Code's principles into their daily practice.

Topic: Teacher’s Ethical Decision Making


Yuliya Demianova

Tatiana Gostieva,

Date and time: 13.00, room 343, 17 October 2016

Location: Zaporizhzhia Teacher’s Training College, 6 Zaporozkoho Kozatstva str, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine

Language: English/Ukrainian

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