Ethical qualities of professional development of the educator a humanistic perspective needed to manage a new way to see the quality of education
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Human progress shows a scientific and technical breakthrough and calls for an ethical interaction among men and the peoples to ensure a genuine human development and a new society. The quality of education has been understood and developed from paradigms dominated by efficiency, focusing their attention on the resources and results. The new way to assume an education of quality revolves around the educator and in fact, on education itself. What inspires this new way is based on the principle of solidarity and on the ethos of teaching, understanding it, as the way of being by the exercise of teaching. Five ethical qualities shape that ethos: competence, initiative, responsibility, commitment and dedication. It is necessary to propose to educators and executives of educational institutions the ethical qualities inherent to their professional development and help them to discover and incorporate these ethical qualities.
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Volume 2, Issue 2, 2010, Pages 2589-2593