This unique workshop prepares teachers, consultants, and graduate students to effectively teach ethics in a variety of educational and professional settings. Winning overwhelmingly positive reviews year after year, Dr. Elliott brings decades of valuable teaching experience and professional insight to create a dynamic and lively teaching environment.
Youll learn to:
Develop and defend a system for moral analysis
Identify and analyze concerns about teaching ethics
Determine what is essential for ethical teaching and learning environments
Develop materials for teaching ethics in your own specific learning environment
Some comments from 2008 participants:
"The make up of the group was outstanding. Everyone had diverse experience/knowledge to contribute. Dr. Elliott's teaching style is excellent and serves as a nice model."
"The course has given me the confidence and the tools to integrate ethics into my teaching to a much greater degree."
"Elliott is one of the most charismatic, engaging professors I have ever encountered. From the first moment she captured her audience and never let go."
Who should take this course?
Instructors and trainers teaching practical or professional ethics, including business ethics, environmental ethics, medical ethics, and journalism ethics, in traditional or non-traditional frameworks
Graduate students wishing to develop expertise in teaching ethics
The Center for Ethics
The University of Montana
1000 East Beckwith Avenue
Missoula, MT 59801-2808
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