The Curricular Integration Of Ethics: Theory And Practice

Hardcover | March 1, 1996

byC. David Lisman

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The author provides philosophical and pedagogical background to help faculty and academic administrators gain a better understanding of how to integrate ethics into curricula. He suggests that the most appropriate way is through instructor-guided discussion of ethical issues relevant to course objectives. This book demonstrates how providing ethical discussions of relevant ethical issues is an integral part of learning the course materials in ways that help students increase their critical ability to understand and apply course concepts to life. Many examples of ethics cases are provided.

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The author provides philosophical and pedagogical background to help faculty and academic administrators gain a better understanding of how to integrate ethics into curricula. He suggests that the most appropriate way is through instructor-guided discussion of ethical issues relevant to course objectives. This book demonstrates how pro...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:March 1, 1996Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275953041

ISBN - 13:9780275953041

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?The greatest strength pf this book is that it is interdisciplinary.... The author argues that integrating ethics in discipline-appropriate ways adds to, not detracts from, the teaching and learning of ethics.... The book is a must read for educators serious about teaching ethics. Reading the book challenged me to be reflective about my own teaching, and I will undoubtedly revisit Lisman's ideas when I plan future classes, regardless of topic.?-Journal of Mass Media Ethics