Code of Ethics Graphic Organizer

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Code of Ethics Graphic Organizer Kerry Degnan EDL/531 June 30, 2014 Professor Rita Rudolf Code of Ethics Graphic Organizer Coaches, teachers, instructors, and administrators are required to follow a set of standards that ensure trust, honesty, integrity, and credibility is practiced. The International Coach Federation Code of Ethics are guidelines to ensure the above characteristics are displayed. This graphic organizer will display the relationship between the ICF Code of Ethics and Teacher-Based Coaching. Within this graphic organizer I will be outlining The International Coach Federation (ICF) Code of Ethics, they are: Professional Conduct at Large, Professional Conduct with Clients, and Confidentiality/Privacy, and Conflict of Interest. By using these guidelines teachers will become better leaders by building trust between students, demonstrating their listening skills when communicating with students, and show compassion when dealing with students. In order for a teacher-based coach to lead successfully, they must demonstrate trust. When coaches are able to gain the trust of new teachers they are able to offer their skills and knowledge. Trust is established with teachers as they observe coaches’ ability to walk the talk (DuBrin, 2005). Coaches must be open and honest with others. To be honest that person needs to be truthful when giving information. According to DuBrin (2005), "A starting point in developing a sense on honesty is to follow a variation of the Golden Rule: Be as honest with others as you want them to be with you." The coach that continually demonstrates their technical and professional knowledge shows the credibility of their skill and resourcefulness to teachers (DuBrin, 2005). Planning and selecting instructional strategies with cultural proficiency is required for the educational success of students of all cultures.
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