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COMM Week 6 DQR

· For peer replies, respond to at least two of your classmates by Sunday at 11:55 p.m. EST and give meaningful replies that advance the discussion.

Alexis Hernandez 

Hey Class, 

For this week’s post I went with “”Crunk Bear” teacher out of a job after tweeting near-nude photos” Topic. In this post the teacher basically posted a near nude photo and claimed that she smoked in the school grounds which lead her into losing her job. Cherry Creek School District relieved her of her position when they found out this had happened.

Now is this appropriate for students to see even if it’s not during work hours? Yes, I believe this would be a little risky to have a teacher being high teaching students. As for the near nude photos as a teacher your responsibility is to be professional. Many parents would not be accepting of this type of behavior from the teacher that is teaching their kids. However, I believe that the teacher was being autonomy while posting her videos on the web. I’m pretty sure she believed that no one would have seen them and she was just expressing who she wanted to be in social media. It’s not wrong to be posting things like this but when your job requires some type of professionalism it wouldn’t be acceptable in parents’ eyes to be posting content like that. If I was the school board, I would’ve also have fired her because this can come back onto the school. The parents would most likely have comments like “How does the school allow this?” “This school is unprofessional” The ratings for the school would just tank no matter what.

Response –

Jacoya Favors

https://thefinancialdiet.com/financial-confessions-lost-job-social-media-post/

The case I chose discussed a situation where an accountant was finally going to have her big break at her job. This new client would land her the promotion and raise she needed and wanted and would provide the office clout she desired as well. The employee was well aware that during the closing period of a new deal, nothing is to be posted to social media regarding the client and or account. The employee emphasized several times that her office had sent out emails even reminding them to not post on social media. Despite all the red flags, the employee decided to still post on Instagram. The post she decided to publish was one that had the client’s logo in it, and within 3 hours she had been fired from her position for violating a rule put forward. Morally, she was more than aware she was wrong. She stated that the company did what was right, and that what she did was vain and showed very little forward-thinking. In this moment, I believe the employee felt autonomy. The employee felt as though she had control over her work life and could post whatever she pleased to her instagram account. If I were in this situation, I would not have posted anything. Jeopardizing hard work is more heart breaking that failing at something. Being so close you can grab your goal just to lose it all at the hands of your own mistakes is something I would not like to feel nor participate in. If ethics were applied, a picture would have been taken, but it would not have been posted until clearance was given to do so. I would have done this because it is morally right. Going behind my employer’s back would be wrong to do. 

Response

Rubric EXEMPLARY Accomplished Developing Beginning

Initial Response
(40%)

Initial response meets the forum
prompt requirements and
demonstrates understanding of the
Lesson and readings. Student shares
firsthand experiences and brings
something new to the discussion.

Initial response mostly meets the
forum prompt requirements and
demonstrates basic understanding of
the Lesson and readings. Student
shares firsthand experiences and/or
brings something new to the
discussion.

Initial response follows the forum
prompt requirements but does not
demonstrate understanding of the
Lesson or readings. Student does not
share any firsthand experiences or
bring anything new to the discussion.

Initial response does not follow the
forum prompt requirements and does
not demonstrate understanding of the
Lesson or readings. Student does not
share any firsthand experiences or
bring anything new to the discussion.

Peer Replies
(40%)

Student responds to peers, advances
the forum discussion, and does two of
the following:
– Poses a thoughtful question;
– Shares additional content or sources;
– Shares insights or offers perspective;
– Provides alternative point-of-view;
– Makes additional connections to the
topic.

Student responds to peers, advances
the forum discussion, and does one of
the following:
– Poses a thoughtful question;
– Shares additional content or sources;
– Shares insights or offers perspective;
– Provides alternative point-of-view;
– Makes additional connections to the
topic.

Student responds to peers, minimally
advances the forum discussion, and
does one of the following:
– Poses a thoughtful question;
– Shares additional content or sources;
– Shares insights or offers perspective;
– Provides alternative point-of-view;
– Makes additional connections to the
topic.

Student responds to peer(s) but does
not advance the forum discussion, and
does not add to the discussion.

Writing Quality
(20%)

Uses graceful language that skillfully
communicates meaning to readers
with clarity and fluency, and is
virtually error- free.

Uses straightforward language
that generally conveys meaning to
readers. The language in the
portfolio has few errors.

Uses language that generally conveys
meaning to readers with clarity,
although writing may include some
errors.

Uses language that sometimes
impedes meaning because of
errors in usage.

The Writing Quality criteria comes from the AAC&U Written Communication Value Rubric. Retrieved from https://www.aacu.org/value-rubrics