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EDUC-1024EL Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Order Of Australia, Special Education, Parentis-En-Born


Department
Education / Sciences de l'Èducation
Course Code
EDUC-1024EL
Professor
Terrance Fallet
Study Guide
Final

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EDUC-1024EL

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Standardized for province applicable on school premises, buses, and school
events
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These standard of behaviour apply to all involved… students, principal,
teachers, staff, volunteers, parents
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Equity and Inclusion
2009… fundamental human rights
Leave racism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of discrimination at door
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Discipline and Use of Force
Common Law
Accepted principles over time.
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Parents or those standing in place of parent shall behave towards child in their
care as would a wise, firm, judicious parent. Loco parentis
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Case Law
Law of precedence from past legal cases
Court ask 3 things
Was the teacher acting within their scope of duty?
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Was there cause for force?
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Was the force reasonable?
3.
Statutory Law
Law established by act of legislature… guidelines in the Education Act, Charter
and Criminal Code
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Education Act: no corporal punishment
Criminal Code: you can use force to prevent injury… to defend themselves
Search and Seizure
Under common law and the education act, students are subject to the general
discipline of the school
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Code of Conduct
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discipline of the school
Principals have the right to conduct searches of students, their lockers, desks,
etc
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Key: is the search reasonable?
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Supreme Court
Educators must maintain a safe environment. Students have less privacy at
school
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A warrant is not needed to conduct a search
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The school authority must have reasonable grounds
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The search must be carried out sensitively
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Due Diligence in Search
Principal and VP should have another person observing
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May bring police in
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Youth Criminal Justice Act
YCJA governs how youths are prosecuted (replaces Young Offenders Act YOA)
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12 to 17 years of age inclusive at time of charge
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Place emphasis on keeping youth of of jail-rehab more important (non-violent
crimes)
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Link with School
Profile of Risks: poverty, criminal records building up, problems in school, peers in
trouble, use of drugs, alcohol, signs of self-marking
Teacher would report if they are worried
Student Health/Well Being
Medical officers: works with schools
Sabrina's law: anaphylaxis… 2006… Sabrina Shannon, grade 8 Pembroke.. Died in
2003, severe dairy, ate trace cheese in café
Allergies
Law ensures all Boards have policy in place for severe allergy
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Be aware of your students
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Healthy Schools Plan
Healthy eating: guidelines for food sold on Board property
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