Professional Ethics Webinar
Ethics—Where Black and White Can Fade to Gray
A Free Webinar
April 27, 2018
What steps would you take when hearing a report of an inappropriate teacher-student relationship or observing a change in a colleague's behavior (always arriving late to work, making mistakes, missing tutoring sessions with students) or suspecting something isn’t right?
College Station ISD has implemented intensive educator ethics training that has helped district employees navigate situations such as these. In this free, interactive webinar, Kelly Kovacs, CSISD director of instruction and leadership development, and Greg McIntyre, CSISD chief administrative officer, will share with participants what has changed in their district as a result of the training and how CSISD is now proactively working to create a culture of positive engagement with difficult topics.
The webinar will present common ethical dilemmas and give you the opportunity to contemplate the actions with the least risk for all. It will also help you answer the following questions:
- How does policy influence active practice, and how do educators actually interpret policy when faced with day-to-day interactions with students?
- What kind of training will help teachers make the best decisions for their students?
- How should Senate Bill 7 on inappropriate teacher-student relationships influence educators’ decisions?
Who Should Participate
Campus and district-level administrators including principals, assistant/associate/deputy superintendents, superintendents, as well as school/district employees who work in the areas of human resources and professional development.
This free webinar is open to the first 200 individuals who RSVP via this online form and is not limited to Texas educators.
The deadline to RSVP for this event is April 23.
Those who RSVP will receive a follow-up email with log-in information prior to the webinar.