Strudents Rights and Teachers Responsibilities AED 200

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1 Students’ Rights and Teachers’ Responsibilities Scenario Random Student Locker Searches without Permission AED/200 University of Phoenix Online Tamara Garcia August 23, 2009
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2 Teachers and students both have rights and responsibilities in the classroom that can be influenced by each other. There is a fine line between the teachers’ responsibilities and the students’ rights and vice versa. Both the rights and the responsibilities of the teacher and the student have an effect on the learning environment. The learning environment is just as important and the rights and responsibilities of the student and teacher. The point of this essay is to explain the responsibilities I would have as a teacher, when it comes to random locker searches without permission. One of the main questions with this issue is what are the students’ rights in this situation? A few examples of some of the teachers responsibilities in this type of situation, is the safety of the students, limiting distractions in the classrooms and a healthy learning environment in the classroom. It is a teachers’ responsibility to make the classroom as safe as possible. If a
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course AED/200 200 taught by Professor Daniels during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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