12 unprofessional acts that teachers continue to practice in the delivery of their lesson. Check it


The teaching profession like any other profession has its outlined code of conduct that and anything contrary to what has been outlined by the profession is regarded as misconduct to the profession. These acts are listed below, teachers continue to practice them and look at them to be normal.

1.Making and receiving phone calls during instructional hours.
2.Giving punishment that deprives learners of taking part in lessons.
3.Boycotting lesson due to a student’s misbehavior.
4.Allowing students to mark attendance register.
5.Giving textbooks to students to copy on the board for their colleagues.
6.Reading contents verbatim from textbooks to pupils.
7.Sending pupils to work for you during instructional hours.
8.Giving items to your pupils to sell in the school for you.
9.Taking in alcohol before coming to school.
10.Engaging in unhealthy relationships with your students.
11.Working lotto or betting during instructional hours.
12.Discriminating against a student due to personal reasons. Be it misbehavior, tribal, religious, or political affiliation.
13.Quarrelling /Fighting with students or colleagues. It doesn’t show maturity.
Unnecessary borrowing from students and colleagues.

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