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Classroom Strategies for Teaching Ethics
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New Directions for Higher Education Volume 142, ISSN 0271-0560

Abstract

The recently identified Illinois state standards associated with the newly designated technology specialist (TS) endorsement required graduate faculty to explore the issues associated with addressing those standards and ensuring curriculum alignment. Endorsement standards require a balance between knowledge and skills that can be used as a professional guide for schools to effectively integrate technology in support of student learning. This article presents an example of how one faculty member in instructional technology developed a course integrating ethics into her program's curriculum. (Contains 1 table.)

Citation

Smaldino, S. (2008). Classroom Strategies for Teaching Ethics. New Directions for Higher Education, 142, 87-101. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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