"As an educator in Pennsylvania, I will avoid any situations that may be translated by others as being "questionable." I also am more aware of and will be more determined to not let any mistreatment of students occur in my building or district."
"The workshop related directly to my interaction with students and the community in my role as an educator. I now can now review my job performance and role as an educator."
"I plan to be more vigilant in my own interaction with students and the community as well as I reach out to my fellow educators in a more proactive way."
"We don't get this information at school."
"The new information gained will impact my interactions with students and co-workers daily. I will more actively consider my actions towards my students based upon the responsibilities of an educator as described in the code of ethics."
"...this information was very valuable. I enjoyed the open discussion with other educators and appreciated their perspectives on different scenarios, as it shed new light on the situation and provided a new point of view to consider."
"I learned to look at a teacher's interactions with students as a risky situation. Now my meetings with students will always be an open door, well lit, distantly spaced interaction."
"...the sources of state codes and mandatory reporting procedures were of the greatest importance to me."
"I believe examples of what is or isn't questionable professional conduct will serve to guide teachers to better conduct themselves in their profession."
"The case study information was very illustrative as well as the official guidelines outlined by the state."
"Mr. Bailey does an excellent job preparing and presenting these instructional programs."