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Code of Ethics Graphic Organizer

International Coach Federation (ICF) Code of Ethics

Heather Ace

on 10 December 2012

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Transcript of Code of Ethics Graphic Organizer

Finally These standards relate to teacher-based coaching as ethics must be adhered to when in any situation.
Whether minding professional conduct, making decisions where there may be conflicts of interest, maintaining professional contact with clients, or protecting ones privacy - teachers must always use these simple steps of ethics in any teacher-based coaching scenario. International Coach Federation (ICF) Code of Ethics Section 1: Professional Conduct At Large

Section 2: Conflicts of Interest "I will seek to avoid conflicts of interest and potential conflicts of interest and openly disclose any such conflicts. I will offer to remove myself when such a conflict arises" (ICF 2011). Section 4: Confidentiality/Privacy "When acting as a trainer of student coaches, I will clarify confidentiality policies with the students" (ICF 2011). Section 3: Professional Conduct with Clients "I will not become sexually intimate with any of my current clients or sponsors" (ICF 2011). Heather Ace EDL/531
Mentoring & Coaching
Corlie Weber References:

Dubrin, A.J. (2005).Coaching and mentoring skills. Upper Saddle River, NJ:Pearson Education Inc.
ICF Code of Ethics. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.coachfederation.org/Ethics/
Knight, J. (2008). Coaching: Approaches and perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
YouTube videos (2012). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/index Teacher-Based Coaching: "I will recognize and honor the efforts and contributions of others and not misrepresent them as my own. I understand that violating this standard may leave me subject to legal remedy by a third party" (ICF 2011). Refining knowledge of a particular content area needs to be done by research, experience, and learning rather than from using work belonging to someone else. Teacher-Based Coaching: "Walking the Talk" while making sure what rules are set forth are followed by everyone, not just particular people, under certain circumstances. Teacher-Based Coaching: Daily showing honesty and integrity to everyone without bias or diverse reciprocity. Teacher-Based Coaching: Being a coach (support staff) versus being a mentor (life-long learner) to students, staff and others.
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