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Top 10 reasons why I love my teacher:

(According to Igi and Javi)

1) She allows me to play with confiscated toys after class;


2) She smells good.
3) She is a Sister. And she looks for Father all the time.
4) She wears make up. Like my Dad.
5) Because she carries three big bags in school.
6) She dances well during field demo.
7) Whenever I ask if I can play, she doesnt say no, she says,by and by.
8) She washed me when I pooped in class.
9) When Im sad she puts a stamp of happy face on my cheek
10) She has no boyfriend.
habit character

custom disposition
ETHOS
(Art. II, Sec. 3. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers)
Art. II. Section 4. Every teacher shall possess
and actualize a full commitment and
devotion to duty.
Art. VIII, Sec. 6. A teacher shall base the
evaluation of the learners work only in
merit and quality of academic
performance.
COMPETENCE
MORALS
MORALITY IN
TEACHING
Being a teacher
is itself a
moral
endeavor.
Teaching is
inherently moral.
Myopic focus is on raising standardized
test scores on crowded curriculum.
A call to focus on the ethics and morality
in teaching, a renewed vigor for teachers
to be role models and exemplars to our
students.
Jose S. Santos Jr. vs. NLRC
[G.R. No. 115795. March 6, 1998]
Teachers must
adhere
to exacting
standards
of morality.
Accept restrictions on conduct
AVOID SUSPICION & IMPRESSION
OF
IMMORALITY.
EXTRA-MARITAL RELATIONSHIP
IS IMMORAL
Rene Puse v. Ligaya Puse,
[GR No. 183678, March
15, 2010.]
Republic of the Philippines vs.
CA and Alan Alegro;
GR No. 159614, Dec. 9, 2005
Morality in the community
When the law refers to morality, it necessarily pertains
to public and secular morality and not religious
morality.
Cheryll Santos Leus, vs. St. Scholasticas College Westgrove
.
As Catholic
school
teachers,
we adhere to
the teachings
and tenets
of the Catholic
Church.
The school should be explicit in communicating
its standards of morality.
Teaching is not a business.
Pia vs. Gervacio
[GR No. G.R. No. 172334]
Selling of
books
directly to
students
is immoral.
No teacher shall act as agents of
any commercial venture,
the business of which is to furnish
textbooks
and other printed matter,
stationery, athletic
goods, school uniforms, and other
materials xxx
Section 3, Article X of the Code of Ethics for
Professional Teachers
Anita Salavarria vs.
Letran College
(G.R. No. 110396.
September 25, 1998)
regardless of who
initiated the
collections,
the teacher who
approved it in effect
became the author of
the project.
borrowing money
Borrowing money is
neither dishonest,
nor immoral,
nor illegal, much less
criminal.
Makati Medical Center v. NLRC, 136 SCRA 1
A teacher shall
maintain a good
reputation with
respect to xxx
settlement of his
debts and loans xx.

Art. X, Sec. 2
Code of Ethics for
Prof. Teachers
In punching the
student, the teacher
was not exercising his
right in loco parentis to
discipline his student Pat-Og Sr vs. CSC; G.R. No.
198755 June 5, 2013
Not every laying of hands on a child
is child abuse.
DEBASE, DEGRADE,
DEMEAN
THE INTRINSIC
WORTH AND DIGNITY
OF THE CHILD AS A
HUMAN BEING
George Bongalon vs. People of the Philippines,
GR 169533, March 20, 2013
HIGHEST
POSSIBLE
STANDARDS
BEST
PREPARATIONS
BEST AT ALL
TIMES
BEST not BEAST.
Security of tenure cannot
be used as a shield for incompetency.
Ethics of
the
Teacher as
a Person
A dignified
personality which
could serve as a
model worthy of
emulation by
learners, peers and
all others.

ART. XI, SEC. 3, CEPT


Notoriously undesirable
1. Common knowledge
2. Habit of Misdemeanors
San Luis vs. CA [G.R. No. L-80160 June 26, 1989]
Signs
(you are Notoriously Undesirable)
3 In the group photo of teachers,
everyone was tagged on FB,
except you.
2 On your birthday,
everybody files Emergency Leave.
On your first anniversary in the school,
1 The Board approved your Early Retirement.
Misconduct implies
wrongful intent,
NOT mere error of
judgment.
Colegio de San Juan De Letran-Calamba vs.
Belen Villas; G.R. No. 137795; March 26, 2003)
A teacher is, above all,
a human being
endowed with life
for which it is the highest obligation
to live with dignity at all times
whether in school, in the home, or elsewhere.

Sec. 1, Art. XI Code of Ethics


for Professional Teachers