This essay focuses on personal belongings against loss.bad for the student who is being pick on but is afraid to confront his peers or report the behavior,
An educator overhears a conversation between two students. One of the students is talking about witnessing other students picking on a student with an intellectual disability during the daily walk home. The behavior described includes teaching, pushing, and taking personal possessions. The educator hears the student say that he feels bad for the student who is being picked on but is afraid to confront his peers or report the behavior, particularly since the activity is not happening on school grounds. Discuss how the educator can address this issue. Include evidence from the “Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE)” and “Professional Dispositions of Learners” to support your ideas.
Items you take outside of your home aren’t automatically cover by contents insurance, but that’s where Personal Possessions cover comes in.
It will insure your personal belongings against loss, accidental damage or theft when you step out the front door and is a valuable addition to your policy for things like:
Bicycles worth more than £500 and other items worth more than £2,000 will need to be listed individually.
Your things are covered anywhere in the British Isles, and up to 60 days abroad. Personal Possessions cover also includes up to £500 cover for lost or stolen cash.