Product details

Publisher: 
Éditions Yvon Blais
Practice area: 
General
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2020-12-17
Éditions Yvon Blais

Inspiring the Future: The New Teachers Guide to the Law, Third Edition, Softbound book

Availability: In Stock

The legal dynamic between teachers and students is constantly shifting. Inspiring the Future: The New Teacher’s Guide to the Law, Third Edition will help you to clearly define the classroom limitations of both parties, allow you to confidently outline precedents and illuminate the many facets of education law.

Legal risks are everywhere in the educational world: from safety concerns to tone of voice; search and seizure rights to cultural sensitivity. Teachers, principals and administrative staff can all be held liable for a range of conduct violations; assist your client in avoiding them by using our extensive list of real-life case studies, which range from finding a knife at recess to alleviating tension in a parent-teacher relationship.

This book on Teachers Guide to Education Law is a complete and definitive source on all aspects of Canadian education law as it applies to the field of education. It offers an understanding of conflict, powerful communication and mediation tools, context-specific examples and case studies, as well as a five-step resolution process.

It addresses such topical and sensitive issues as:

  • Liability regarding student injuries
  • Student freedom of expression
  • Student due process and discipline
  • Abuse and neglect
  • Parental harassment and difficult parents
  • Cyber-bullying and social media
  • Search and seizure
  • Labour issues and employee rights within the education system
  • Teachers’ academic freedom
  • Special education and ESL learners
  • Discrimination and harassment
  • New material on managing child behaviour, professionalism, duty to report, sexting, special education and sex education.
  • A greater focus on technology-driven education through online learning and other technologies.
  • Discussion of issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, which confronts teachers with new and challenging legal and moral situations.
Éditions Yvon Blais

Inspiring the Future: The New Teachers Guide to the Law, Third Edition, Softbound book

Availability: In Stock

Description

The legal dynamic between teachers and students is constantly shifting. Inspiring the Future: The New Teacher’s Guide to the Law, Third Edition will help you to clearly define the classroom limitations of both parties, allow you to confidently outline precedents and illuminate the many facets of education law.

Legal risks are everywhere in the educational world: from safety concerns to tone of voice; search and seizure rights to cultural sensitivity. Teachers, principals and administrative staff can all be held liable for a range of conduct violations; assist your client in avoiding them by using our extensive list of real-life case studies, which range from finding a knife at recess to alleviating tension in a parent-teacher relationship.

This book on Teachers Guide to Education Law is a complete and definitive source on all aspects of Canadian education law as it applies to the field of education. It offers an understanding of conflict, powerful communication and mediation tools, context-specific examples and case studies, as well as a five-step resolution process.

It addresses such topical and sensitive issues as:

  • Liability regarding student injuries
  • Student freedom of expression
  • Student due process and discipline
  • Abuse and neglect
  • Parental harassment and difficult parents
  • Cyber-bullying and social media
  • Search and seizure
  • Labour issues and employee rights within the education system
  • Teachers’ academic freedom
  • Special education and ESL learners
  • Discrimination and harassment
  • New material on managing child behaviour, professionalism, duty to report, sexting, special education and sex education.
  • A greater focus on technology-driven education through online learning and other technologies.
  • Discussion of issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, which confronts teachers with new and challenging legal and moral situations.