Senior Instructor of Philosophy, College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences
2015-2016 Ethics Project
Created a pedagogical tool used as an interactive excursion into the multifaceted discipline of Ethics. This tool is in the form of a game entitled: A Passport to Ethical Thinking. Additionally, a series of role-based case studies were developed that are founded on real world issues; signaling to our students a departure from a potentially dry discipline to an adventure into responsible and principled decision making. These role-based case studies were focused on the incredibly pivotal Daniels Objectives.
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March 2016 DFEI Faculty Roundtable Presentation:
The Dynamics of Moral Instruction. A Journey Towards: "Integrity, Trust, Fairness and Respect." - A series of role-based case studies founded on real world issues resulting in an adventure into responsible and principled decision making
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