Social constructivism meets social media: The case for collaborative learning in the ethics classroom
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
"What would you do differently in teaching ethics if you knew that you would be held accountable for the ethical decisions of your graduates? As educators, it is our moral responsibility to ensure that what we teach and how we teach it are based on a solid and shared understanding of the ethical requirements of our professional discipline(s) and perhaps even more important, how we can inculcate those attitudes of moral responsibility in young adults who come to the classroom with well-grounded, if not well-understood, moral values." --Excerpt from introduction
ethics, education , social media , social constructivism
“Social Constructivism Meets Social Media: The Case for Collaborative Learning in the Ethics Classroom,” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, MA , scholar-to-scholar.