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In: STEM of Desire
A New Approach to Teaching and Learning
Volume Editors: Alister Jones, Anne McKim, and Michael J. Reiss
This edited book on ethics represents the outcomes of an international collaborative project that examined the role and place of bioethics in science and technology curricula. As science and technology advance, ethical issues increasingly are brought to the fore not only both for scientists and technologists but also for the general public. Science and technology education also reflects this shift and thinking and teaching about ethics in the school curriculum has increased. A greater emphasis is being placed on society’s general scientific and technological literacy and this includes an understanding of socio-scientific issues including ethical decision-making. Although this book has a focus on ethics in the school science and technology curriculum, we believe it will also prove useful for those thinking about ethical decision making in a range of contexts outside of the school sector. The book will prove useful for University lecturers, teachers, curriculum developers and policy makers and those that are involved in science and technology decision making more broadly.
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning
In: Darwin-Inspired Learning