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On ethics

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Mark MacLean and Gary Poole’s article on ethics and SoTL has been on my “to read” list for several weeks; finally got around to it. This entry is more to capture parts that leapt out at me; I’ll try to synthesize it perhaps later.

“our aim is to introduce such novices to some of the ethical challenges they will face and to see their thinking so that they consider carefully how such research interacts with their broader responsibility…” (p. 2)

“The potential value of the research emboyding the scholarship of teaching and learning exists in tension with the ethical challenges of doing this work. This tension is relatively low when teachers engage in scholarly teaching…the tension increases considerably when they choose to engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning to study deeper questions” (pp. 1-2)

“dilemma of fidelity” (p. 2)

There’s a CWSEI SoTL bibliography

Dryden Leadner Louis-Martinez MacLean and Waltham. Are we doing any good? a value-added analysis of the UBC Science One Program.

Written by John P Egan

January 24th, 2012 at 7:04 pm

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