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  • Professional Standard 5

    2010 - 11.27

    5. RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATIONSHIPS TO THE SCHOOL, CLASSROOM, AND STUDENT
    Systematic reflection to organize and improve teaching and develop effective relationships, including the ability to:

    a. Uphold the State of Michigan Professional Code of Ethics and engage in meaningful self-evaluation;

    b. Identify and use current research to reflect on and improve one’s own practice related to content, technology, pedagogy, and other factors that impact student achievement;

    c. Develop positive relationships with other teachers, parents/guardians, students, administrators, counselors, and other personnel to benefit students and to influence one’s own professional growth;

    d. Analyze the effects of teacher dispositions, decisions, and actions upon others (e.g., families, other personnel, and all students, including those with disabilities) and adjust interactions accordingly;

    e. Embrace and model teaching as a lifelong learning process and continue efforts to develop professionally;

    f. Involve and work effectively with parents/guardians and implement school-wide parent involvement plans to maximize opportunities for student achievement and success;

    g. Interact with parents/guardians using best practices for personal and technology-based communication, to maximize student learning at school, home, and in the local community; and

    h. Participate in the development of individualized plans for students with disabilities (Individual Education Plan (IEP)).

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