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SYLLABUS

I Course Title : PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & VALUES EDUCATION

II Course Code : MEM 648

III Course Credit : Three (3) Units

IV Course Description

The course – PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & VALUES EDUCATION is designed to provide educational managers with holistic concepts, approaches, techniques and skills in
reshaping the schools of today to become more effective and efficient institution in the transmission and formation of ethical values and principles.

Furthermore, it helps the graduate students to recognize the various components and variables of the educational system and society that reinforced the building of a just,
and humane community. The course seeks to revitalize and incorporate the long upheld Filipino ethical and moral values in educational management and come up with a framework
of a value-centered educational leadership in the country today.

Institutional Learning Outcomes Program Outcomes Course Outcomes


1. Creative and Critical Thinking Demonstrate basic and higher level literacy, At the end of the course, MEM students should be able
2. Effective Communication communication, necessary critical thinking, and learning to:
skills needed for higher learning.

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Institutional Learning Outcomes Program Outcomes Course Outcomes
3. Strong Service Orientation Produce globally competitive educators who can  Create A deeper self-awareness on the
4. Passion for Life-long Learning effectively design ideal learning experiences and manage importance of ethical, and moral behavior.
5. Sense of Nationalism and Global Responsiveness an educational enterprise through experiential and
research-based learning process.  Analyze the present educational system in
terms of philosophy, mission, vision, goals and
Develop a culture of excellence to produce educators who objectives.
are productive and committed to instituting change in their
environment.  Know the different cognitive and moral
6. Community Engagement Produce educational managers and instructional development theories, principles and
specialists who have the ability to adopt to a new world philosophies.
view, carry out best teaching practices and share their
expertise with the community in order to educate all  Provide a new ethical paradigm in educational
people in the new era. management.
7. Adeptness in the Responsible Use of Technology Use various educational tools and technologies in day-to-
day lessons to facilitate learning

Keep abreast with technological changes affecting lifestyle


and workplaces to be globally competitive.
8. High Level of Leadership and Organizational Skills Display high level of leadership and organizational skills in
school and classroom management.
9. Sense of Personal and Professional Ethics Produce educational managers and instructional
specialists who have the ability to adopt to a new world
view, carry out best teaching practices and share their
expertise with the community in order to educate all
people in the new era.

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WEEKLY COURSE PLAN

Week Topic Learning Outcomes Methodology Resources Assessment


Evidence
Introduction of the Course Contents, Show interest and appreciation of Orientation Course Syllabus Statement of expectations
Week Activities, and Requirements the importance of the course in the
1 daily lives of educators. Setting of expectations Laptop, LCD Projector, Course syllabus reviewed,
Powerpoint Presentation finalized, and accepted.
Be more confident on how to how to Reviewing the syllabus and Course Specialist’s
do graduate-level research, analyze, provided handouts and Active participation in
report and discuss pertinent Grouping for oral lecture notes on leadership Lecture 1.
educational laws. presentations effectiveness concepts and
organizational development
principles.
Topic 1: In-depth discussion on the different Lectures, group oral Books on Professional Active participation in
Theoretical Background theoretical backgrounds of presentation and Ethics and Values online discussion on the
Professional Ethics and Values interactive class Education topic and the readings and
 Fundamental concepts of the Education discussions assignments assigned
nature of Man: Physical, OUS Module on the based on the module.
spiritual, moral, economic, Subject
intellectual, social and political.

Weeks  Different components of man’s


2 and nature:
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- Physical = health and harmony
with nature, reverence for life,
environment care.
- Intellectual = critical thinking,
truth and tolerance, respect for
others, right to education
- Moral = self-worth-self esteem,

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Week Topic Learning Outcomes Methodology Resources Assessment
Evidence
goodness, honesty, integrity,
personal discipline, courage,
trust, self-control, compassion
- Spirituality – faith in God, inner
peace, religious tolerance,
unity of all, acceptance of
others belief
- Social = peace and justice,
respect and love of one’s
family, responsible parenthood,
family solidarity, global
harmony, respect for human
rights, cooperation, active non-
violence, fairness, appreciation
of diversity
- Economic = wise us of
resources, productivity and
quality, work ethics, balance
between economic and social
development, entrepreneurial
spirit.
- Political = nationalism, love of
country, democracy, freedom
and responsibility, committed
leadership, international
understanding and solidarity,
global peace

Week Topic 2: Research and discussion on the Lecture, group oral Web research on the Peer-Graded oral and

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Week Topic Learning Outcomes Methodology Resources Assessment
Evidence
4 Framework of Development different frameworks of development presentation and differentiated written reports
Education education from different authors interactive discussion developmental frameworks
 Moral and Cognitive and its use in today’s
Development classrooms.
 Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral
Development
 Loevenger’s Ego Development
 Erickson’s Stages of
Development
 Piaget’s Cognitive
Development
 Dewey, Rousseau, Lock
Framework
Topic 3: Research and discussion on Ethics Lecture, group oral Web research on Ethics Compiled Results of Peer
Ethics and Values and Values presentation and and Values Education Evaluation
 Scope and meaning of Ethics interactive discussion
 Ethics in relation to other Graded oral and written
sciences reports
 Fundamental concepts:
morality, human acts, nature of
Week human acts
5 and  Nature and classification of
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 Conscience: Meaning and
nature, kinds of conscience
 Place and significance of
Values in Ethics
 Moral values
 Filipino values and Education

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Week Topic Learning Outcomes Methodology Resources Assessment
Evidence

Topic 4 Discuss cases of different teachers, Lecture, group oral Web research, module Results of Peer Evaluation
Ethics and Education teachings and their use in today’s presentation and readings and answers to
educational systems interactive discussion exercises Graded oral and written
Week - Greek: Ethical teachings of reports
7 and Socrates, Plato and Aristotle
8 - Christian Ethics: Teachings of
Jesus Christ, St. Augustine, St.
Thomas
- Oriental/Eastern Ethics:
Topic 5: Discuss and analyze cases dealing Lecture, group oral Web research, module Results of Peer Evaluation
Ethical Teachings in Hinduism with the different ethical teachings in presentation and readings and answers to
Ethical Teachings in Buddhism the main religions of the world. interactive discussion exercises. Graded oral and written
Week
Ethical Teachings in Confucianism reports
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Ethical Teachings in Islam

Week MIDTERM EXAMINATIONS


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Topic 6 Research, analyze, report and Lecture, group oral Web and library research Results of Peer Evaluation
discuss on the different topics for presentation and and handouts from Course
Education in Confucian Analects this lesson interactive discussion Specialist and reporters Graded oral and written
Code of Ethics: A Paradigm reports
Week
Teachers’ Code of Ethics
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Business Ethics
Laws and Policies on Education

Topic 7 Research on, analyze and discuss Lecture, group oral Web and library research Results of Peer Evaluation
Week Ethical Management Paradigm cases dealing with ethical presentation and on the topic. Module
12 and management paradigm. interactive discussion readings and exercises Graded oral and written

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Week Topic Learning Outcomes Methodology Resources Assessment
Evidence
13  Understanding Ethical Decision reports
Making
 Context of Administrative
Ethics
 Administrative Responsibility:
Key to Administrative Conduct
Topic 8 Research on, analyze and discuss Lecture, group oral Web and library research Results of Peer Evaluation
modes of individual transformation presentation and on the topic, readings and
Maintaining Responsible Conduct in and its impact on school cases interactive discussion exercises from the module Graded oral and written
Week Public Organizations reports
14 Integrating Ethics with Norms and
Structure

Topic 9 Research on, analyze and discuss Lecture, group oral Web and library research Results of Peer Evaluation
the prevailing platform of presentation and on the topic, readings and
Week
Moral Recovery Program Framework educational supervision. interactive discussion exercises from the module. Graded oral and written
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Pamathalaan Overview reports

Topic 10 Research on, analyze and discuss Lecture, group oral Web and library research Results of Peer Evaluation
the prevailing platform of presentation and on the topic, readings and
Integrity Circle Movement educational supervision. interactive discussion exercises from the module. Graded oral and written
Week
Stephen Covey Paradigm reports
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- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective
People

Topic 11 Research on, contrast and analyze Lecture, group oral Web and library research Compiled Results of Peer
Inclusive Education the different models of supervisory presentation and on the topic and readings Evaluations
Week
SOGIE advocacy in general interactive discussion and exercises from the
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module. Graded oral and written
reports

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Week Topic Learning Outcomes Methodology Resources Assessment
Evidence
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FINAL EXAMINATIONS
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Resources and Web sources from https://ousimdo.wixsite.com/ouslinks/home/ specific for Professional Ethics and Values Education
References
Bibliography on Net Resources for Professional Ethiics and Values Education. Philippine and international resources.

V Course Requirements

Case Studies
Review of Movies Related to the Topics

COURSE GRADING SYSTEM

Class Standing 70%

 Quizzes
 Attendance
 Recitation
 Projects/Assignments/Seatwork/Special Report

Midterm / Final Examinations 30%


100%

Midterm Grade + Final Term Grade = FINAL GRADE

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Prepared By Noted By

ROSALIE A. CORPUS, DEM ROSEMARIEBETH DIZON, DEM


OUS Course Specialist OUS MEM Chair

Approved by:

DR. CARMENCITA L. CASTOLO


OUS Executive Director

DR. MANUEL M. MUHI


Vice President for Academic Affairs

Revised 2019