CORE Languages Teacher Code of Conduct

  • CORE Languages Teacher Code of Conduct

    Posted by Stephen Sovenyhazy on March 4, 2024 at 5:01 pm

    1. Be Culturally Sensitive

    Respect the values and traditions of your students and keep in mind that stereotypical assumptions can be offensive.

    All students should be treated equally. Picking a student based on their race, nationality, ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or any other characteristic is not tolerable.

    2. Be Professional and Empathetic

    Always remember to maintain a high level of professionalism:

    Be prompt in replying to all student questions, messages, and lesson requests (within 12 to 72 hours depending on the lesson start time).

    Actively manage your profile, updating your CORE CONNECT calendar to accurately reflect your availability, and try to minimize rescheduling, canceling, and declining lesson requests.

    Take the initiative in communicating with and managing students. Make every effort to help them. Always be patient and polite.

    Provide a suitable learning environment for students, which includes proper lighting and quietness of the room, and fast internet speed.

    Respect for student’s privacy.

    Be available to teach during the entire booked lesson time if a student is late.

    3. Attend All Classes and Arrive On Time

    CORE Languages expects that teachers will responsibly attend lessons at the scheduled time. Rescheduling or cancellation should be your last resort.

    Bannable Offenses

    The following actions are not permitted on CORE Languages and may lead to account deactivation and removal from the platform.

    Taking students/teachers off CORE Languages or accepting payment outside of the CORE Languages system.

    Promoting competing language services.

    Engaging in spamming, disrespectful language, obscenities, theft of personal information, etc. Click here to read the complete CORE Languages Community Policy.

    Providing or posting false, misleading, or inaccurate information (including profile, teacher application form, course content, lesson history, feedback, etc).

    Scheduling and starting lessons with yourself or with fake students.

    Posting private contact information which includes social media accounts and channels, email addresses, blogs, websites, IDs, and usernames not related to CORE Languages.

    Engaging in extremely negative and defamatory behavior toward others and CORE Languages.

    Stephen Sovenyhazy replied 4 months, 3 weeks ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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