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APPLICATION: lets apply what you learnedState 5 DO’s and 5 DON’Ts on how you should relate to parents for the sake of the learners. Make sure youDO’s and DON’Ts are concrete, e.g. make sure you have a box of facial tissue with you for parents becomeemotional.Check for understanding
1. How is professionalism manifested when a parent complains to a teacher for her son’s failing grade?
2. How should a professional teacher respond to unfair criticism raised by parents?
Synapse strengtheners!1. Research on “helicopter” parents. What is meant by helicopter parents? How should you relate to them?2. Read chapter 2 of substitute and special parental authority of the family code of the Philippines inappendix M. what does special parental authority imply?LESSON 5 : RELATIONSHIP WITH THE INTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS
LEARNING OUTCOMES!Explain how the professional teacher should relate to thelearners, the teaching community and the higher authorities.A .THE TEACHER AND THE LEARNERSACTIVITY: LET’S DO THIS1. How do you want your teacher to be ? what are your wishes for your teacher? Write them down thenshare with your classmates .MY WISHES FOR MY TEACHER2. Read article VIII , the teacher and the learners of the code of ethics. Find out if your wishes for yourteacher are also those mentioned in article VIII.ARTICLE VIII
THE TEACHER AND THE LEARNERSSECTION 1: a teacher has a right and duty to determine the academic marks and the promotion of learners inthe subject they handle. Such determination shall be in accordance with generally accepted producers ofevaluation and measurement . in case of any complaint teachers concerned shall immediately take appropriateaction, observing the process.SECTION 2: a teacher shall recognize that the interest and welfare of learners are his forts and foremostconcern , and shall handle each learner justly and impartially.SECTION 3: under no circumstances shall a teacher be prejudiced nor discriminatory against any learner.SECTION 4: a teacher shall not accept favors org gift from learners , their parents or others in their behalf inexchange for requested concessions , especially if under served.SECTION 5: a teacher shall not accept directly or indirectly , any remuneration from tutorials other than whatauthorized for such service.SECTION 6:a teacher shall base the evaluation of the learners work on merit and quality of academicperformance.

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