Ethical decision-making should be included as a 21st century skill (overused term but don't know of an alternative).  Some would profess that ethical decision-making has always been a needed skill....

Teaching Ethics in the Age of Technology

This resource is sure to get even your most reluctant students speaking. The product includes everything you need to spark up friendly debate and discussion in the classroom. The prompts are all ethical dilemmas that make student think about what they would do in the situation.

DISCUSSION ACTIVITY: What Would You Do?

Speaking Discussion Activity: This resource is sure to get even your most reluctant students speaking. The product includes everything you need to spark up friendly debate and discussion in the classroom.

Teaching Ethics and Narrative . . . With Violent Video Games? | Edutopia

Teaching Ethics and Narrative . . . With Violent Video Games?

A Norwegian high school risks - and succeeds at - using violent video games to engage literature and religious studies classes with core material.

Learners Should Be Developing Their Own Essential Questions | User Generated Education

Learners Should Be Developing Their Own Essential Questions

Teaching Ethics Should Be a STEM Essential

Our students will deal with ethical decisions on food shortages, cloning, climate change, availability of medicines & more. Is STEM study preparing them?

Links for templates for acceptable use forms http://165.224.221.98/pubs2005/tech_suite/app_A.asp#H1 http://www.2learn.ca/m...

Teaching Ethical and Legal use of Technology in the Classroom

This is an engaging lesson for teaching ETHICS/INTEGRITY that your students will be sure to remember!    Have you seen the ABC show titled "What Would You Do?" that tests peoples integrity by putting them in uncomfortable situations to see how they respond? This episode shows a homeless man being denied lunch at a restaurant.

What Would You Do Character Lesson #1: Homeless Man Mistreated

This is an engaging lesson for teaching ETHICS/INTEGRITY that your students will be sure to remember! Have you seen the ABC show titled "What Would You Do?" that tests peoples integrity by putting them in uncomfortable situations to see how they respond?

Articles: Ethics in the Classroom: What You Need to Know

Ethics in the Classroom: What You Need to Know

PTO Understanding ethics within the classroom setting is crucial for teachers. We need to understand the effects of our daily choices. My favorite part of this article are five basic principles of ethics that are common to all faiths.

Education Week Teacher: Courting Controversy: Why (and How) We Teach Ethics "The Lottery" and "Cold Equations"

Education Week Teacher: Courting Controversy: Why (and How) We Teach Ethics "The Lottery" and "Cold Equations"

In Maurice Elias new blog "You've Got to Reach Before You Teach" he gives some great resources on teaching ethics in the classroom.

You've Got to Reach Before You Teach

Developing students' moral sensibilities is like developing any other muscle or skill: It requires guidance and practice. via Edutopia

There is an active school movement in character education and teaching ethics. But we don't think it's enough to have children just learn about ethical virtuosity, because we need to embody our ethical beliefs by acting on them. This begins with empathy.

A New Approach to Education

There is an active school movement in character education and teaching ethics. But we don't think it's enough to have children just learn about ethical virtuosity, because we need to embody our ethical beliefs by acting on them. This begins with empathy.

Teaching Ethics and Narrative . . . With Violent Video Games? | Edutopia

Teaching Ethics and Narrative . . . With Violent Video Games?

Teaching Ethics and Narrative . . . With Violent Video Games? | Edutopia

Courting Controversy: Why (and How) We Teach Ethics - Education Week Teacher

Courting Controversy: Why (and How) We Teach Ethics - Education Week Teacher

Students use images all the time, but do they use them legally? Ethically? Correctly? Too often, the answer to all of those questions is no. This lesson teaches students how to correctly use images in their printed and digital products: images that they place on written pieces, presentations, videos, posters, e-books, and other projects. #digitalliteracy

Using Images Correctly: A One-Day Lesson

Students use images all the time, but do they use them legally? Ethically? Correctly? Too often, the answer to all of those questions is no. This lesson teaches students how to correctly use images in their printed and digital products: images that they place on written pieces, presentations, videos, posters, e-books, and other projects. #digitalliteracy

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