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Professional Conduct at Large
It is imperative that all professionals maintain a sense of balance by establishing clear boundaries that separate their personal and professional lives. At no point should the lines cross whereby personal situations and circumstances interfere with the professional duties, roles, or responsibilities of the teacher coach.
Professional Conduct with Clients
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Crain, T.P. (2012, November 20). Teacher gift guidelines under the ethics law. [Red apple with A+ teacher monogram]. Retrieved from http://alabamaschoolconnection.org/ 2012/11/20/teacher-gift-guidelines-under-the-ethics-law/
DuBrin, A.J. (2005). Coaching and mentoring skills. Retrieved from University of Phoenix eBook Collection database.
Handelsman, M. (2011, February 1). 5 Ways to teach ethics. Psychology Today. [Women whispering]. Retrieved from http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-ethical-professor/201102/5-ways-teach-ethics
National Education Association. (2013). Code of ethics of the education profession. Retrieved from http://www.nea.org/assets/docs/2013-NEA-Handbook-Code-of-Ethis.pdf.
Salilig, O. (2011, November 25). Bad Teacher [Bad teacher promotional picture]. Retrieved from http://oshinkawaii.blogspot.com/2011/11/bad-teacher.html.
Spreading Your Wings Coaching. (2013). Balancing the scale when it comes to personal and professional life. [Balance work and life street sign]. Retrieved from http://www.spreadingyourwings.com/?_escaped_fragment_=blogger-feed-c1sqo