In Example 1 On Page 94, The Setting For Learning (in Class Or Online) Was Which Of The Following?

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The Ohio School Board’s American Ethic Handbook, approved by the board in 1983, is a series of suggestions on how to conduct oneself as a public servant. Each chapter is based on a different ethical principle, including the following, The Ethics of Giving:

“It is a known fact that the best way to establish confidence in those you seek to serve is to hold yourselves to a higher standard of conduct than might normally be expected of a public official or employee. This, to me, has been the aim of the American Ethic Handbook for over twenty years. It is an objective and proper intention, but a wise public servant will realize this properly motivated ethic will always need to be tempered by reality in the field of power-sharing, bureaucracy, money making, and all those forms of workmanship which exist between generations in political power relationships. The above-described reality, of course, is the permanent and complex nature of our human being, and, of course, the freedoms which form the essence of democracy, so vividly evidenced by our consistently demonstrated freedom to speak truth to power.”

G.I.D.D.G.H. – Greater Generosity of Spirit

“The inherent tendency is always to settle for less than one is capable of giving or to reserve some generosity for others.”

G.I.D.D.G.T. – Good Before Demands

“It is the basic ethics of good government which demands that one give time, effort, skill, and knowledge in the service of others without wavering in the belief that self- interest will do no more than it already has.”

G.I.D.D.E. – Moral Deer in the Headlights

“Thus does the ethics of public service require, on the part of every public servant, that, in the pursuit of his interests, he be both moral and reasonable, ready to give above his own wishes and cautious about his prejudices and reticence in dealing with those with whom he has disagreements.”

D.I.G.D.G. – Duties and Responsibilities

“Both public and private agencies undertake and respond to the common interest in line with the ethical principles of G.I.D.D.G.H. thereby acting with one aspect of the Good Life expressed in the formulation of balanced, sensible, and realistic policies for dealing with individuals, communities, or with any kind of social situation.”

G.I.D.D.G.O. – Gentlemanly/Steady/Established Gent

“The most noble ethics can only be expressed in an attitude of decorum, a mature responsibility, an appropriate degree of temperance, and an attitude of quiet dignity. All our domestic and professional ethical standards should include the reasonable expectation that well-mannered, well-spoken, disciplined, and polite persons might be available when requested. Plain manners contribute very little to efficiency, but to civility, decency, discipline, and decorum. While polite greetings and friendly conversation convey confidence, they are necessary to bring both parties to the level of understanding and ease relationships. The earnest practice of these basic manners is the prerequisite to any effort to develop constructive relationships among citizens and organizations, and in making the citizenry a part of, and part of the decision-making process as well as being informed of, the facts surrounding our community.”

J.I.G.D.G.B.T. – Loyalty to the Institution

“Loyalty to institutions is the full realization that the institution may be misused, but such dedication will help ensure its proper management and use.”

C.I.G.D.G.B.T. – Citizens First

“The simple truth is that no matter how committed we may be to, or how cherished we may feel for, a particular institution or the people in it, our loyalty to that institution is made possible only by the in-born sense of the importance which the public servants of the institution share.”

E.E.G.G.B.T. – Economic Integrity

“In-born integrity of the principal and vice-principal group of social institutions provides their continuance and sustenance and provides the intellectual capacity in their furtherance and upgrading. In such a situation, no amount of good intentions or (in public management) good planning and fiscal management, can substitute for ethics.”

We all have to realize that Facebook is the political equivalent of Plato’s cave. As time goes on we grow more and more tempted to change our minds because of science or research. As we choose our so-called friends Facebook captures it all so easily. If we abuse our constitutional rights and decide to carry on our war of words, not only will Facebook record it all, but we will

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