Code of Ethics for Online Learning

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Code of Ethics for Online Learning : 

Code of Ethics for Online Learning Evon Zundel BSN Language Institute 1 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

For Teachers : 

For Teachers 2

Be disciplined : 

Be disciplined 3 Provide clear directions and expectations to students including Attendance policies Grading policies Assignments Projects Rubrics Expected timelines Image From Microsoft Clip Art

Be disciplined : 

Be disciplined Model effective communication skills and maintain records of applicable communications with students and school staff Provide timely, constructive feedback to students about assignments and questions Monitor and report student work and progress consistently 4 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

Be respectful : 

Be respectful Ensure a appropriately maintained, welcoming, secure, productive and safe learning environment for students Give students clear expectations about teacher response time Demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences and embrace varied opinions and personalities Provide activities, modified as necessary, that are relevant to the needs of all students 5 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

Be respectful : 

Be respectful 6 Inform students of their rights to privacy and wherever their contributions may be viewable by others Be considerate of student time and place limitations throughout the course Seek timely assistance from proper school or BSN personnel with the above when necessary

Be ethical : 

Be ethical 7 Represent yourself and your credentials accurately Establish standards for student behavior that are designed to ensure academic integrity and appropriate uses of the Internet and written communication. Incorporate course content that complies with intellectual property rights policies and fair use standards

Be creative : 

Be creative Give projects, tests, assignments that require original or creative thinking Seek ways to foster collaboration and a community of learning within your course Be prepared to reward creative solutions or responses to class tasks Update course content and vary activity types periodically to keep it fresh and current 8 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

For students : 

For students 9

Be disciplined : 

Be disciplined Review course orientation and all course information including course syllabi, class expectations and netiquette Acquire and maintain necessary instructional and technology tools for class activities Organize and schedule your work to avoid falling behind Report technical issues immediately as you are responsible for your own learning 10 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

Be respectful : 

Be respectful Observe common rules of netiquette Interact respectfully with other students and your teacher Respect the privacy of students and the instructor Discuss issues you have with class content, amount of work and personal grades privately with the instructor and not in public forums Communicate class absences or assignment difficulties with the instructor prior to class sessions or due dates whenever possible 11 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

Be respectful : 

Be respectful Give others the benefit of the doubt and seek clarification when necessary Respect other opinions and refrain from making negative comments no matter what other students may say or do Report incidents of disrespect immediately to the instructor or to the BSN Language Institute Coordinator 12 Image From Microsoft Clip Art

Be ethical : 

Be ethical 13 Represent your contributions and work honestly and with integrity Give appropriate credit when using the work of others Image From Microsoft Clip Art

References : 

References 14 National Education Association. (1975). Code of Ethics. Retrieved from http://www.nea.org/home/30442.htm Gardner, H. (2006). Five Minds for the Future. Boston: Harvard School of Business Publishing. National Educational Association. (2002-2006). Guide to Teaching Online Courses. National Educational Association. Retrieved from http://www.nea.org/assets/docs/onlineteachguide.pdf

References : 

References 15 North American Council for Online Learning. (2007). National Standards for Online Courses. Retrieved from http://www.inacol.org/research/nationalstandards North American Council for Online Learning (2008). National Standards of Quality Online Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.inacol.org/research/nationalstandards Pape, L. & Wicks, M., iNACOL Quality Standards for Online Programs Committee. (2009). National Standards for Quality Online Programs. Retrieved from http://www.inacol.org/research/nationalstandards Summerville, J. (2005). Developing an online “code of conduct.” AACE Journal, 13(2), 127-136.

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