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Student Rights and Responsibilities

 The Handbook on Student Rights and Responsibilities is the official souce of information about your personal and academic rights and responibilities.

Academic Integrity

As a McGill student, you are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations concerning academic honesty.

Perhaps more important, it is also your responsibility to help maintain the academic integrity of the University.

Professional Conduct for Teachers:


Code of Professional Conduct

Faculty of Education programs have professional components and field placements. In all aspects of any program, on campus and off, students are expected to demonstrate ethical, responsible, and professional behaviour in the performance of their duties,to conduct themselves in accordance with the law (e.g. Youth Protection), and to meet the expectations of schools, boards and other host institutions receiving them for field placements. This applies to all aspects of professional conduct, including but not limited to respect for persons, property and confidentiality, appropriate dress and punctuality. Failure to meet these expectations, regardless of performance in courses or other formal program requirements, will be taken into account in the assessment of the students' overall academic standing in the program and, in the most serious instance, may result in a requirement to withdraw from the program.

Les programmes offerts par la Faculté des Sciences de l’éducation comportent des composantes professionnelles et des stages pratiques. L’on s’attend à ce que les étudiants inscrits à un quelconque programme universitaire, sur le campus ou hors campus, se comportent en tout point de manière professionnelle, éthique et responsable dans le cadre de leurs fonctions. L’on s’attend également à ce qu’ils respectent les lois (par ex. la Loi sur la protection de la jeunesse) et qu’ils répondent aux attentes des établissements scolaires, des commissions scolaires et autres institutions hôtes qui les accueillent lors des stages. Cela s’applique à tous les aspects du comportement professionnel, y compris mais sans s’y limiter, le respect des personnes, des biens et de la confidentialité, sans oublier la ponctualité. L’évaluation du niveau global de scolarisation de l’étudiant tiendra compte de tout manquement vis-à-vis ces attentes, peu importe le rendement scolaire et la conformité aux critères officiels établis pour les divers programmes. Dans les cas les plus graves, l’étudiant pourra être contraint de quitter le programme.