1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
|Workshop - Teaching Ethics Online|
Is teaching ethics online different from teaching ethics in a traditional classroom? Are there advantages or disadvantages to online ethics instruction? Are you struggling with an ethics component in an online class? Whether you are a veteran online instructor, a “newbie” to online instructions or contemplating teaching online—come discuss the pros and cons and ins and outs of teaching ethics online.
Presenters: Monica Berrier, English & Philosophy & David Seim, Social Science
11:25 AM - 12:20 PM
|General Education Catergory F: Teaching Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning|
This workshop will explore issues related to General Education Category F: Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning courses. What should their objectives be? What topics should they cover? What skills do they develop? What are your best practices in teaching them? Is the new category working well? Come share your point of view in an open discussion of these and further questions.
Presenters: Byron Anderson, Apparel and Communication Technology & Jeff Sweat, Social Science
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
|Workshop - Race, Class and Gender: How can we effectively teach about inequality?|
Inequalities related to race, class and gender raise important ethical issues, yet instructors face many difficulties attempting to teach these subjects. Have you? Have you discovered ways to overcome the difficulties? What teaching materials or pedagogies have you found successful? Unsuccessful? Come share with and learn from your colleagues as we discuss these and related questions.
Presenters: Virginia Lea, School of Education & Tom Pearson, Social Science