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Jack Walters Dakota State University. Using Video Vignettes To Teach Professional Ethics. Ethics Video Vignettes. Why? 2008 provided another shocking reminder that ethics training is needed in higher education

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Jack Walters

Dakota State University

Using Video Vignettes To Teach Professional Ethics

ethics video vignettes
Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Why?
    • 2008 provided another shocking reminder that ethics training is needed in higher education
    • Persistent episodes of serious ethics lapses increase demands for higher ed accountability on this issue
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Why? (cont.)
    • Most schools do not offer a free-standing ethics course, especially a required one
    • Most instructors are not experienced in teaching ethics
    • Ethics content competes for time with primary course content
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Why? (cont.)
    • Instructors are concerned with seeming “preachy” or “holier than thou”
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Characteristics of a workable solution:
    • Limited time consumption
    • “Pre-packaged” content
    • NOT limited to Business
    • Tuned in to current student media channels (e.g., YouTube)
    • Consistent background information provided
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Characteristics of a workable solution (cont.):
    • Socratic approach – limit “leading” students to answers
    • Video leaves students “hanging” – to better approximate the uncertainty that often surrounds ethical decisions
    • Practical, based on real cases
video vignettes
Video Vignettes
  • Web site
    • www.ethicsvids.org
  • Ethics Models:
    • Utilitarian
    • Rights
    • Compassion / Golden Rule
  • Research on participants
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Research Linkage
    • Collection of information about students’ pre- and post attitudes about various ethical issues
    • Development of longitudinal database about ethics beliefs/attitudes
    • Other studies of ethics and teaching methods for ethics
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Video Vignettes by professional category
    • Business
    • Professional (e.g., medical, legal)
    • Government
    • Education
    • Military
    • Religious
    • NGO / no-for-profit
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Ethics Video Vignettes
  • Example video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAEGoM3D2P8
use youtube or deliver videos from site
Use YouTube or delivervideos from site?
  • YouTube
  • Site

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video quality matters
Video quality matters
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neutral
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

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have taught a free standing ethics course
Have taught a free-standingethics course
  • Yes
  • No

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have taught ethics as part of another course
Have taught ethics as partof another course
  • Yes
  • No

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provide correct answer to instructor only
Provide “correct” answer toinstructor only?
  • Yes
  • No

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provide correct answer to instructor and students
Provide “correct” answer to instructorand students?
  • Yes
  • No

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Ethics Video Vignettes

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