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A Guide to Philosophical Ethics with Practical Implications for Instruction and Course Design
Start Date: 11/7/2012Start Time: 11:30 AM
End Date: 11/7/2012End Time: 1:00 PM

Event Description:
This workshop is designed for faculty who’ve ever struggled to articulate the ethical values or principles that inform their courses and discipline, been surprised when someone questioned their classroom practices for reasons that didn’t appear to relate to ethics at all and who would you like to find ways to help students think more critically and constructively when ethical issues arise during class discussion.

Nancy Matchett, HSS CETL Teaching & Learning Fellow and Director of UNC's Institute of Professional Ethics, will briefly introduce three conceptual frameworks that at least implicitly structure most people's ethical thinking. More importantly, she’ll demonstrate how explicit attention to these frameworks can help faculty more accurately identify their own and others' ethical commitments and more effectively deliberate about how to resolve potential conflicts among them.

Can't make it to the workshop? Contact Nancy Matchett for one-on-one consultation:; 970-351-1567. Learn more about her work at: />
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Location Information:
UNC Campus - Candelaria Hall
Contact Information:
Name: CETL
Phone: 3512885
Room #/Name
Candelaria 1375
This event is open to:
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