Ethics[ edit ] Immanuel Kant introduced the categorical imperative: Sittlichkeit Ethics also known as moral philosophy is the branch of philosophy which addresses questions of morality.
Sternberg, Cornell University Why this Learning Objective Matters Colleges and universities today, in their testing and even their teaching, place great emphasis on academic content knowledge, as they should.
One can have a degree in business, medicine, law, psychology, or education, and be familiar with the knowledge base of the profession, but nevertheless act in an unethical manner that undermines the utility of that knowledge.
Using Ethical Reasoning to Amplify the Reach and Resonance of Professional Codes of Conduct in Training Big Data Scientists technical and ethical shortcomings became notoriously common throughout computer design, operation, and use (Luca and abilities in the Mastery Rubric for Ethical Reasoning, utilizing the ACM moral imperatives list. In doing ethics we use rules and stories to construct a moral presumption that we test by predicting the likely consequences of acting on it. Towards teaching Computer Ethics C de Ridder a L Pretorius b A Barnard c a Unisa, South Africa, [email protected] b Unisa, South Africa, [email protected] c Unisa, South Africa, [email protected] Abstract: With the advent of the Information Age and global connectivity, the ethical use of Information and.
Some of the CEOs took their business down with them. Then there are the huge scientific frauds, such as that of experimental psychologist Diederick Stapel, who simply made up his data 3and even frauds in education, including Corinthian Colleges 4which deceived students regarding graduation and job-placement rates.
There are even severe ethical violations in the ministry, as shown by the denials and cover-ups of child-abuse that have made headlines over the years 5. Much of this ethically-compromised behavior starts early, when students are in school.
Great professionals, citizens, and leaders in any field of endeavor are ethical people 7. They need to learn to reason ethically before they go out in the work force and start influencing and even controlling the fate of others 8. Colleges should teach ethical reasoning rather than just ethical principles.
Ethics is a set of principles for what constitutes right and wrong behavior. It is challenging although certainly not impossible to teach ethics directly in a secular school, because different religious, cultural, and other groups have somewhat different ideas about what is right and wrong under different circumstances.
There are, however, core values that are common to almost all these religions and ethical systems that schools do teach and reinforce, for example, reciprocity the golden rulehonesty, sincerity, compassion in the face of human suffering.
In addition, many professions have codes of ethics that professionals are encouraged to follow, and sometimes, are bound to follow by contract or law. For instance, many professions have a code of ethics that discourages conflict of interest between personal and organizational activities.
But exactly what constitutes a conflict of interest is not always apparent. Is having lunch with someone who seeks to influence you a conflict of interest?
In some situations, it might be. But in other situations something more egregious, such as receiving a large gift, might be necessary to be considered a violation.
So the problem is not usually in knowing the precepts but in knowing how to apply them. That is why instruction in ethical reasoning is of paramount importance over just teaching a set of ethical precepts.
Ethical reasoning is how to think about issues of right or wrong. Processes of reasoning can be taught, and the college or university is an appropriate place to teach these processes because so often it is taught no place else, and because it is essential for a successful adulthood.
Although parents and especially religious institutions may teach ethics, they do not always teach ethical reasoning.
Academic courses are the logical place to teach the cognitive process of reasoning especially as ethical issues relate to the content of a particular discipline.
No matter how knowledgeable one is about their profession, if the knowledge is not backed by ethical reasoning, long-term success in the career is likely to be severely compromised. Can ethical reasoning actually be taught with any success?
Richard Paul 9of the Foundation for Critical Thinking, devised a program whereby principles of critical thinking were applied specifically to teaching ethical reasoning to young people Robert DeHaan and colleagues at Emory University successfully taught ethical reasoning to high school students Catherine Myser of the University of Newcastle and her colleagues have successfully taught ethics to medical students And James Weber of Marquette University found that teaching ethical awareness and reasoning to business-school students can help their ethical reasoning, although the improvements are not always long-term Ethical reasoning is hard because there are so many ways to fail.Using Ethical Reasoning to Amplify the Reach and Resonance of Professional Codes of Conduct in Training Big Data Scientists technical and ethical shortcomings became notoriously common throughout computer design, operation, and use (Luca and abilities in the Mastery Rubric for Ethical Reasoning, utilizing the ACM moral imperatives list.
Towards teaching Computer Ethics C de Ridder a L Pretorius b A Barnard c a Unisa, South Africa, [email protected] b Unisa, South Africa, [email protected] c Unisa, South Africa, [email protected] Abstract: With the advent of the Information Age and global connectivity, the ethical use of Information and.
With the escalation of computer and Internet use in the classroom, there is a growing concern regarding the ethical use of the computer. Students are often tempted to take materials, intellectual property and ideas which belong to others and make these their own, as well as peruse illicit web.
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