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Everyday Ethical dilemmas:

Everyday Ethical dilemmas PIDP 3230 Assignment 3:Informal Assessment Strategy Instructor: Glenn Galy Student: Reena Alias

Every day Ethical Dilemmas:

Every day Ethical Dilemmas - Students respond to a case study that poses a course- related ethical dilemma - Techniques for Assessing Learner Attitudes & Values,

Procedure:

Procedure Students are presented with a case study They respond briefly and anonymously to these cases. Students identify and connect their values Faculty analyzes the responses to understand the students’ values

Application:

Application Best suited to pre-professional and professional education as well as liberal arts courses Education, Law, Medicine, Social work, Education, Engineering, Management, Psychology, Philosophy, Theology

Best Practices:

Best Practices Start with minor dilemmas Ensure proper alignment with learning objectives and outcomes

Students should be informed about the assessment objectives and procedures in advance :

Students should be informed about the assessment objectives and procedures in advance

Advantages:

Advantages Develop ethical reasoning skills Equip students to face similar dilemmas in personal & work life. Make students aware of the different value systems

Advantages:

Advantages Get honest responses as they are anonymous. Better understanding of moral and ethical decision making

Limitations:

Limitations Controversies Resistance from students Time consuming

Limitations:

Anonymity of students in giving responses Limitations Premature or frivolous use of these techniques can be counterproductive.

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Teachers analyze the answers and share those responses to the class which generates further discussion

Challenges:

Challenges Clarify their own values by thinking through hypothetical situations given to students. To students To instructors Instructors need more patience, skill,knowledge and preparation

References:

References Angelo, T. A. & Cross, K. P.(1993). Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers . Second Edition. San Francisco: Jossey -Bass . Lane Tice, S.,  Englot ,  P., Lambert, L.M., & Jackson, N. (2005). University Teaching: A Reference Guide For Graduate Students And Faculty . Syracuse University Press, ISBN 0815630794. Enerson , D. M., Plank, K.M., & Johnson, R.N. An Introduction to Classroom Assessment Techniques , Penn state. MacKeracher , D. Classroom Assessment Techniques , Teaching and Learning Services, Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning UNB Fredericton.     This work is licensed under a   Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License .

“Keep your values positive, because your values become your destiny” - Mahatma Gandhi:

“ Keep your values positive, because your values become your destiny” - Mahatma Gandhi Thank You

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