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M131·Approaches to Teaching Ethics
Technical · Engineering Ethics Division
Mon. June 11, 2012 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
Bowie A, Grand Hyatt San Antonio
Session Description

With the current emphasis on active learning in engineering fields, the ways we present information have changed. Presenters offer different methodologies for teaching ethics at the undergraduate and graduate level, including classroom exercises, distance delivery, and discussion techniques.

  1. Moderated by Dr. Marilyn A. Dyrud
Papers Presented
  1. Changing Engineering Ethics Education: Understanding Ill-structured Problems through Argument Visualization in Collaborative Learning [view paper] Prof. Michael H.G. Hoffmann (Georgia Institute as Technology) and Dr. Jason Borenstein (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  2. A Classroom Discussion of Applied Ethics [view paper] Dr. Yilmaz Hatipkarasulu (University of Texas, San Antonio) and Dr. Suat Gunhan (University of Texas, San Antonio)
  3. Philosophy and Undergraduate Teaching and Learning: Thoughts and Perspectives for Engineering Education [view paper] Dr. John Heywood (Trinity College, Dublin)
  4. Plumbers and Professionalism [view paper] Dr. Marilyn A. Dyrud (Oregon Institute of Technology)
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