The Challenges of Teaching & Learning about Ethics: A Collective Exploration
Date and Time
Cutten Fields, Dormie Room, 190 College Ave East
Are you interested in, even passionate about, ethics? Are you a student, a teacher, an administrator, or a professional practitioner who has been involved with the teaching or learning of ethics in some capacity, either formal or informal? Ethical Questions and concerns arise in many contexts in and around the university: in classrooms, professional workshops, study groups, collective projects, consulting, study groups, projects, clubs, undergraduate or graduate coursework, curriculum design, and pedagogy research. However, there is little opportunity to discuss these collectively: different ethical problems, questions, and challenges that span these distinct endeavors. Would you like to be part of a collective conversation which focuses on how to integrate and embed the teaching and learning of ethics across very diverse teaching and learning contexts and experiences?
If so, please join us for an exciting and productive evening in which we discuss "ethical pedagogy" using the participatory World Cafe Method.
The event is free of charge.
Doors open at 4:30 - event begins at 5:00 sharp.
Food and Refreshments available throughout the evening and a reception to follow at 7:30.
Hosted by Dr. Karen Houle and Minor Ethics
RSVP is required by May 14th, 2016 (see link below)