A definition of ethics.
Add to Cart Educators and policy makers confront challenging questions of ethics, justice, and equity on a regular basis. Should teachers retain a struggling student if it means she will most certainly drop out?
Should an assignment plan favor middle-class families if it means strengthening the school system for all? These everyday dilemmas are both utterly ordinary and immensely challenging, yet there are few opportunities and resources to help educators think through the ethical issues at stake.
Drawing on research and methods developed in the Justice in Schools project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Dilemmas of Educational Ethics introduces a new interdisciplinary approach to achieving practical wisdom in education, one that honors the complexities inherent in educational decision making and encourages open discussion of the values and principles we should collectively be trying to realize in educational policy and practice.
At the heart of the book are six richly described, realistic accounts of ethical dilemmas that have arisen in education in recent years, paired with responses written by noted philosophers, empirical researchers, policy makers, and practitioners, including Pedro Noguera, Howard Gardner, Mary Pattillo, Andres A.
Alonso, Jaime Ahlberg, Toby N. Romer, and Michael J. The editors illustrate how readers can use and adapt these cases and commentaries in schools and other settings in order to reach a difficult decision, deepen their own understanding, or to build teams around shared values.
Praise From teaching to running schools to system-wide design, educators face deep and difficult choices. This remarkable book shows the richness of the ethical answers that can be developed through practical reasoning.
Its provocative case studies—and the widely varied responses—are models to be emulated as well as prompts for further reflection. A major contribution to the important, growing field of educational ethics.
If we intend to develop innovative and transformative educators and systems of education, we would do well to treat this book as a beacon call to change the way we wrestle with the most pressing challenges that face our field.
It is well-positioned to make a major impact in and beyond the classroom, especially aiding policy makers and analysts as well as future educators to develop greater capacity for collective phronetic processes of ethical inquiry and action. Cases and Commentaries adds a valuable dimension to the literature on educational ethics in theory and practice.
This book departs from more traditional utilitarian or deontological approaches to ethical reasoning.Addressing the Double Focus. Even though epistemological interdisciplinarity can make important contributions to educational research, psychology, philosophy, and other foundational disciplines often do not capture the educational dimensions of educational research, as emphasized in Langeveld The question as to how educational researchers construct the educational object can, .
From teaching to running schools to system-wide design, educators face deep and difficult choices. This remarkable book shows the richness of the ethical answers .
Ethics. The concept of “ethics” was introduced by Socrates, and defined as a philosophical discipline by Aristotle. Today this discipline tries to set up criteria for “good” and “bad” behavior/actions, and to evaluate the motives for these actions, and the consequences.
About the Center: The Consortium for the Study of Leadership and Ethics in Education (CSLEE) was established as a University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Program Center in June by Paul Begley (OISE / University of Toronto) and Margaret Grogan (University of Virginia).
Ethical Considerations for Teacher-Education Researchers of Coteaching Stephen M. Ritchie Abstract: In small-scale studies of coteaching, there are few genuine ethical dilemmas for re searchers providing participants are engaged in ongoing dialogue about the purposes and emerging results of the research.
Ethics or moral philosophy is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. The field of ethics, along with aesthetics, concern matters of value, and thus comprise the branch of philosophy called axiology.. Ethics seeks to resolve questions of human morality by defining concepts such as good and evil, right and wrong.