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Title: 2013 Annual Certification and Program Officials Drive-in Conference Session C3: Teaching and Assessing Ethics November 12, 2013


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2013 Annual Certification and Program
OfficialsDrive-in ConferenceSession C3
Teaching and Assessing EthicsNovember 12, 2013
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Resources
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Website
  • Code of Ethics Test
  • 5 Most Violated Standards-power point by Marjorie
    Bazluki as a project for her Ed. Specialist
    degree at UGA
  • Generic Code of Ethics Power Point

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Darkness to Light
  • Georgias Sexual Abuse
  • Prevention Initiative

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WHAT are we doing ABOUT IT
  • Statewide Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
    Initiative led by the Georgia Center for Child
    Advocacy
  • Train Georgia adults to prevent, recognize and
    react responsibly to child sexual abuse
  • Core values
  • Prevention
  • Adult Focus
  • Community Engagement
  • Cultural Change

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PRIMARY TOOL
  • Stewards of Children
  • Created by Darkness to Light, this is the only
    adult-focused material that has been shown to
    change the protective behaviors of adults.
  • Training takes 3 hours and cost 10
  • Facilitator-led or online

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Contact Information
  • Georgia Center for Child Advocacy
  • Tiffany Sawyer-Director of Prevention
  • Tiffanys_at_gacfca.org
  • 678-904-2880 ext.215

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Mazin EnCompass Software
  • Tracking System for Students-At-Risk

9
Early Identification, Referral and
MonitoringMental Detectors, Not Metal Detectors
  • Dropout prevention
  • Behavioral management and bullying prevention
  • Mental health, physical health, family service
    and academic intervention provider referral and
    monitoring
  • Ensure the effectiveness of existing programs and
    services
  • Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS)
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
  • Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
  • Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
    (PBIS)

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Implementing an Identification and Referral
Infrastructure
  • Mazin EnCompass (www.mazineducation.com)
  • Predict which students are likely to drop out
    based on multiple research-based indicators
  • Automatically flag students with indicators of
    dropout risk, or who are exhibiting signs of
    emotional or mental health problems
  • Automate referral and monitoring to make sure
    vulnerable students are actually connecting to
    and benefiting from needed services.
  • Manage school- and community-based programs and
    assess program efficacy, response time, and
    capacity
  • Streamline communication between teachers, staff
    and service providers
  • Deliver real-rime, interactive reports for
    behavioral incident tracking, student progress
    monitoring, program evaluation, and referral
    management.

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Mazin EnCompass Pilot Results
 Mental Health BEFORE Year 1 (2008-09) Year 2 (2009-10) Year 3 (2010-11) Year 4 (2011-12)
of Referrals 61 143 376 423 465
Contacted Not tracked 111 302 369 426
Served 44 106 275 320 373
Conversion Rate 72.13 74.13 73.14 75.65 80.22
Avg. Time between Referral and Initial Contact Not tracked 24 days 37 days 25 days 26 days
Information from 2008-09 was tracked from
multiple sources as the online referral system
was not available until 2009.
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EthicsGame in partnership with Pioneer RESA
Professional Learning
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Evolved out of the Georgias Educator Ethics
Taskforce whose mission was to
  1. To review status of educator ethics violations in
    GA
  2. Too consider current practices in ethics training
    and maintain ethics awareness of Georgia
    Educators
  3. To recommend steps for improving ethics
    understanding and ethics behavior of Georgia
    Educators

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One of the recommendations of the Taskforce was
  • The PSC and RESAs should continue and expand the
    development and delivery of ethics training
    content, resources and offering.
  • Because of this Taskforce recommendation
  • One online PLU course in ethical decision-making
    based on the Georgia Code of Ethics

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GEORGIA ETHICS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING UNIT (PLU)
  • This one-of-a-kind program is delivered online
    and provides educators with the following tools
    to build an ethical culture with their class and
    community
  • The ability to identify ethical criteria that
    provide the foundation of professional ethics
  • The ability to understand and apply standards in
    a model Code of Conduct for Educators
  • The ability to practice real life ethical issues
    using a repeatable decision model in a virtual
    environment

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  • TEACHERS
  • Develop ethical career dispositions. These
    engaging exercises let you experience and
    practice ethical decision-making in a virtual
    environment at your own pace.
  • PRINCIPALS
  • Build an ethical community with a common
    language. Provide your team with skills for
    resolving ethical conflicts while validating
    their completion of this critical learning
    experience.
  • SUPERINTENDENTS
  • Raise the bar and create an ethical culture with
    this program. Be proactive and provide your
    Educators powerful tools to face the ethical
    challenges of today.

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Contact information can be found atGAPSC Ethics
Division Resource page and www.pioneerresa.org
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  • Web-based, online training and records management
    system which helps systems manage their critical
    compliance related activities available 24/7
  • Maintain legal records of all successful training
    completers for your school system

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  • Meet annual mandated training requirements
  • Free up administrator and staff time
  • Train new hires anytime
  • Provide legal database documentation of each
    training
  • Offer potential customization for unique system
    training

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  • Web Traffic July 2013 October 2013

More than 163,000 trainings completed using
ComplianceDirector modules!
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  • "Pioneer RESA is a wonderful group to work with! 
    The quality of service is impeccable!  They are
    quick to respond to any and all concerns and go
    out of their way to make sure you are satisfied
    with their product. ComplianceDirector is
    incredibly easy to manage and monitor!"
  • --Holly Boykin - Screven County School System--

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Contact information can be found atGAPSC Ethics
Division Resource page and www.pioneerresa.orgw
ww.compliancedirector.org
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EthicsGame in Partnership with Pioneer RESA
Professional Learning
  • Understanding Educator Ethics for Georgia School
    Board Members

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This transformational course is delivered online
and provides board members with the following
tools to build an ethical culture within their
community
  • The ability to understand your own ethical
    perspective along with the ethical perspectives
    of others, highlighting overall ethical diversity
  • The ability to comprehend real-life ethical
    issues that school administrators face when
    enforcing the Georgia Educator Code of Ethics
  • The ability to better support school
    administrators to improve educator ethics

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COURSE BENEFITS
  • Online access provides flexibility for the
    learner work from the coffee shop or the kitchen
    table
  • Engaging content holds learners attention
    through experiential exercises
  • Consistency in message and language supports
    building an ethical culture
  • Practical application brings insight into
    everyday issues faced by educational leaders and
    developed with the support of current GA school
    superintendents.

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Contact information can be found atGAPSC Ethics
Division Resource page and www.pioneerresa.org
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EthicsGame
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Semester Course
  • Online
  • Developed by Dr. Catharyn Baird
  • Provides Profile
  • Can be customized to needs of professor
  • Cost less than a textbook
  • Suzanne Taylor-staylor_at_ethicsgame.com

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Contact information
  • Paul A. Shaw
  • paul.shaw_at_gapsc.com
  • 404-232-2635

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Policy and Program ImplicationsGeorgias
Educator Ethics Assessment
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Policy and Program Implications
  • State policy changes
  • 505-3.01
  • Multi-tiered certification
  • Statewide Educator Ethics Assessment

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GaPSC Rule 505-3-.01
  • Georgia GaPSC-approved educator preparation
    providers (EPPs) shall ensure that candidates
  • Complete a well-planned sequence of courses
    and/or experiences in professional studies that
    includes knowledge about and application of
    professional ethics and social behavior
    appropriate for school and community, as well as
    specific knowledge about the Georgia Code of
    Ethics for Educators
  • Demonstrate knowledge and dispositions reflective
    of the standards and requirements delineated in
    the Georgia Code of Ethics for Educators

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GaPSC Rule 505-3-.01 (contd.)
  • Provide information to each candidate on
    professional ethical standards, the Georgia Code
    of Ethics for Educators, the process for
    completing a background check, and application
    procedures for certification and employment
  • Assess candidates knowledge of professional
    ethical standards and the Georgia Code of Ethics
    for Educators either separately or in conjunction
    with assessments of dispositions
  • Rule 505-3-.01, paragraph (3) (e) 7.

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Draft Tiered Certification
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Opportunities
  • Ethics remediation
  • LEAs and in-service educators
  • Customization
  • Pre-service
  • In-service
  • Leaders
  • Other school personnel
  • Use of data

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Georgias Educator Ethics Assessment
  • Looking for a well-planned sequence of
    experiences based on the 11 standards in the Ga.
    Code of Ethics that
  • Establishes solid knowledge among the educator
    community (beginning with pre-service teachers
    and new teachers) of the Code of Ethics and the
    regulatory, dispositional, and ethical frameworks
    it represents
  • Elevates behavior and encourages compliant,
    ethical actions and decisions
  • Promote student safety and welfare
  • Assist teachers with decisions
  • Bear public scrutiny
  • Inspire public confidence

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Recap Broad Goals of Project
  • Methodology
  • Asynchronous e-learning for training and
    assessment
  • Courseware and platform built by ETS vendor
  • ETS/GA team to guide, provide expertise,
    supervise
  • Modular approach to learning

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Approaches
  • Theme and Center Point
  • The Professional Educator
  • Like other professions, with special values,
    rules, duties, and public responsibilities
  • All of which have to be balanced
  • All of which have to be learned and practiced

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Approaches (contd.)
  • Tone Peer-to-peer, professional-to-professional
  • NOT lecture, superior-to-underling
  • High attention to engagement
  • Use video scenarios, storytelling
  • Favor shorter modules
  • Positive modeling

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Approaches (contd.)
  • Establish and rely on shared and balanced
    normative values
  • Care for every student but thats not the only
    value
  • Balanced, in part, with firm and detailed
    approach to regulatory requirements
  • Balancing short- and long-term consequences
  • Explored in collaborative workshop

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Outline of Modules
  • 1. Introduce Interest The Professional Educator
  • 2. Introduce Awareness Overview of the Georgia
    Professional Educator
  • 3. Introduce Knowledge The Professional Educator
    and the Student
  • 4. Introduce Knowledge The Professional
    Educator, the School, and the Community
  • 5. Advance Knowledge The Georgia Professional
    Educator
  • 6. Experience Knowledge Ethical Decision Making
    for the Professional Educator

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Contact Information
Email annemarie.fenton_at_gapsc.com Phone
404-232-2654 Skype annemarie_fenton_2654
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The ConnectionDispositions and Ethical
Behaviors
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Professional Dispositions Defined
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Professional Dispositions The End Goal
  • To support student learning and development.

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A Balancing Act Dispositions Ethical Behavior
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A Balancing Act Dispositions Ethical Behavior
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Thank You!
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