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Question 1 1.5 pts
Because Ms. Kay, who is a teacher, regularly eats at local restaurants, students who eat at the same restaurants have seen her consume alcohol. Ms. Kay would never drink while in school, but she ordered a beer when she was out to dinner with her students during a school trip. She reasoned that this was no different from the previous occasions when students have seen her drink. Ms. Kay’s reasoning most likely indicates a failure to understand which of the following principles?
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Question 2 1.5 pts
Mr. Smith slips out behind the school to have a cigarette every day during his lunch hour. Susan, a 14-year-old student in Mr. Smith’s class, witnesses this and follows him. She sees him smoking and lights up a cigarette herself. Mr. Smith does not report the incident because he fears there will be professional repercussions. Which of the following ethical principles might have prevented this situation?
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Question 3 1.5 pts
Mr. Masood, a high school principal, sees a former student, Tony, in town one day. After they have a friendly chat, Tony, now an adult who graduated five years ago, invites Mr. Masood to join him for a game of tennis at a public park. In the situation described, which principle is most clearly relevant for Mr. Masood to consider before accepting the invitation?
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Question 4 1.5 pts
During her evenings after school, Ms. Conrad, a Spanish teacher, has been completing courses toward a second master’s degree. She has six months of coursework remaining. She updates her online résumé to state that she has already earned the degree. By taking the action described, Ms. Conrad most clearly puts at risk the ethical principle guiding professional educators to –
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Question 5 1.5 pts
Mr. Marcello, an assistant principal, is completing courses to earn a certificate at the same time he is applying for a principal position in another school district. He has six months of coursework remaining. On his résumé, he writes that he has already earned the certificate. In the situation described, Mr. Marcello’s action is most clearly misaligned with the professional obligation to –
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Question 6 1.5 pts
Dr. Davis, a high school principal, is experiencing stress at work and in his personal life. He decides to take an extended fishing trip to relieve the stress, and he classifies the time he takes off as medical leave. Does Dr. Davis’s action put at risk the ethical principles for professional educators?
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Question 7 1.5 pts
Mr. Roberts is a teacher and also a parent of a student in his school. He comes across a Web site where parents he knows are having a discussion of school policies and sees that the discussion includes a critical misunderstanding of policy. Which of the following is most important for Mr. Roberts to consider when deciding how and whether to post in the discussion?
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Question 8 1.5 pts
Mr. Robinson is the teacher in charge of teacher chaperones at a high school prom. He notices that Mr. Jones, one of the other chaperones, appears to be under the influence of alcohol. Which of the following should Mr. Robinson do?
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Question 9 1.5 pts
Ms. Santo, a high school teacher, learns that the assistant principal at her school may have spent time in prison as a teenager for selling narcotics. Which of the following principles of a professional educator is most important for Ms. Santo to consider when deciding how to act on this knowledge?
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Question 10 1.5 pts
While chaperoning an out-of-state field trip, three teachers shared a bottle of wine when dining together at a restaurant. No students were present, and the teachers promptly returned to the hotel to supervise students. Did the teachers compromise any professional principles by consuming the wine?