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Teaching ethics

Professional ethics is a kind of labor of morality, acting in the form of norms, rules of conduct, moral assessments of the appearance of representatives of different professions, the object of labour which is the personality or social group. Teaching teachers are morally obligated to create a system of relationships, in which the laws and principles of an optimum combination of rigour and respect, strictness and kindness, integrity and trust, control and cooperation, humanism and collectivism, responsibility and sensitivity. On a primitive level of contact the interlocutor is not a partner, and the object – hence all the features of the phases of communication. 3 Department of communication and pedagogical activity;. Kingdom death Universal value of professional standards or professional ethics, is that it creates a moral climate in the team, provides the moral health of a person, is conducive to the moral atmosphere in society. 1. A systematic review of the literature. E. G. Astashkin identified four types: intellectual, emotional, volitional and organizational. The very titles show that this classification reflects primarily General psychic state of the individual teacher. 4. Teachers-artists, intuitionists.Their distinctive feature – the ability to act on inspiration, Continue reading

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