Danielle Gardiner Milln
Research Assistant, Faculty Of Education - Aboriginal Teacher Education Program
- (780) 932-0028
735 Education Centre - South
11210 - 87 Ave NWEdmonton ABT6G 2G5
Admin Assistant, RO Enrolment Systems and Service Innovation
GTA Principal Instructor, Faculty Of Education - Aboriginal Teacher Education Program
This course will examine the ethical and legal responsibilities of teachers. Among the topics addressed will be the following: punishment and child abuse; freedom of speech and academic freedom in schools; parents' rights and teachers' professional autonomy; issues of quality such as inclusive education and the problems of racism and sexism; fairness in assessment and evaluation; teachers' private lives and public obligations; indoctrination and the teaching of value. It is recommended that students take EDU 100 (EDU 300 for After Degree students), 210, and 211 prior to taking this course. Restricted to third, and fourth year Education students. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations section of the Calendar.