Education on Location 2016-2017
The 28th Annual Anna Funk Lockey Lecture & Panel Discussion
Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Troy Hutchings
LECTURE: October 13, 2016 at 7 p.m.Biemesderfer Concert Hall, Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center
"Educator Ethics: Giving Our Profession Permission to Have the Difficult Conversation"
Join us for a discussion on the ethical danger zone in teacher-student relationships.
The lecture is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Space is limited.
PANEL: October 14, 2016 at 10 a.m.Multipurpose Room, Stayer Hall
"The Ethos of Care: Where Good Intentions and Perceptions of Misconduct Intersect"
Teachers make hundreds, if not thousands, of non-trivial daily decisions that directly impact their students. How can a singular decision, one that is seemingly rooted in good intent, result in the loss of professional credibility, or perhaps even employment or licensure sanctions? In this panel discussion, teachers, school administrators, and teacher licensing officials will share their perspectives on authentic case studies involving allegations of misconduct levied against successful teachers. From their differing roles, panelists will discuss the events that led to the misconduct investigations, systemic expectations and contributors, and possible prevention strategies.
The panel is free and open to the public.
Dr. Troy Hutchings, Senior Strategic Advisor for Educational Testing Service, researches, writes, speaks and develops materials on a national level in the areas of teacher sexual misconduct with students, educator decision-making, and the professional continuum of responsibility associated with a framework for an ethical and legal teaching practice.
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