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International Journal of Psychology and Cognitive Science  
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An Online Experiment of Using Case Studies and Scenarios to Teach Preservice Teachers About the Code of Ethics
International Journal of Psychology and Cognitive Science
Vol.3 , No. 6, Publication Date: Dec. 6, 2017, Page: 77-84
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Authors
 
[1]    

Zafer Unal, Department of Childhood Education, College of Education, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida, United States.

[2]    

Aslihan Unal, Department of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia, United States.

 
Abstract
 

Preservice teachers are required to learn about code of ethics and principles of professional conduct for the education profession to restrain from inappropriate conducts, unethical behaviors, illegal activities and endangering student safety. However, many preservice teachers find the theories and concepts they learn in university classrooms too abstract to help address code of ethics during their program. Case study method and case writing are two approaches that have been used in teacher education programs to connect theory and practice. This study describes a technology-based case study analysis approach to preparation of preservice teachers for dealing with code of ethics.


Keywords
 

Case Study, Code of Ethics, Preservice Teachers


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