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Intel Educator Academy 2012 . Risk analysis on ethical considerations when working with Science Fair processes, sponsors and partners. Nathalie Valencia-Chacón Mary Helen Bialas Costa Rica. Ethics is knowing the difference between “right and wrong ”, and making the correct choice.

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intel educator academy 2012

Intel Educator Academy 2012

Risk analysis on ethical considerations when working with Science Fair processes, sponsors and partners

Nathalie Valencia-Chacón

Mary Helen Bialas

Costa Rica

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Ethics is knowing the difference between “right and wrong”, and making the correct choice.

This workshop will stimulate thought on ethical considerations to help you implement a risk analysis of your fair process.

  • Where do we apply ethics in Science Fair Process?
multi faceted analysis
Multi-faceted analysis
  • Institutional interests
  • Individual interests.
  • Government
  • Community
  • School
  • Media
  • Curriculum
  • Teacher training
  • Teacher incentives
  • Educational infrastructure
  • Student learning
  • Schools, Government
  • Private sector & Industry
  • Solicitation, Donations
  • Marketing influence
  • Controls
  • Policies and guidelines
  • Special committees
  • Security and safety
  • Inter-institutional collaboration
  • Communications
  • Protocol considerations
  • Project guidelines and tools
  • Student participation
  • Judging
  • Mentors
  • Steps to international fairs
instructions
INSTRUCTIONS:
  • Quickly write down an ethical consideration that you have dealt with or have a concern.
  • Categorize your ethical consideration.
ethical considerations when leading science fair efforts
Ethical considerations when leading science fair efforts
  • Doing the right thing can require more time & effort, but is important  positive image and impact on the science fair process and developing student values.
fair image and accountability funding and budget managment
Fairimage and accountability: Fundingand budgetmanagment
  • Science Fair organization: must act with integrity, objectivity, impartiality and transparency.
    • INITIAL CONSIDERATIONS WHILE LOOKING FOR SPONSORSHIP AND FUNDING
      • How to integrate program message and sponsors interests?
      • What are reputational risks?
      • How will budget be managed; what mechanisms and tools will maintain transparency?
        • Funding from private sector
        • Budget management according to NGO or government regulations
case 1 negotiation with sponsors
FAIR IMAGE:

Funding and Budget Management

Case #1: Negotiation with sponsors

funding and budget managment
Funding and budgetmanagment
  • Science Fair organization: must act with integrity, objectivity, impartiality and transparency.
    • TRANSPARENCY AMONG COMMITTEE MEMBERS, SPONSORS AND COMMUNITY:
      • What controls need to be in place for using funds?
      • How does “perception” impact the above?
      • How to show accountability?
case 2 transparency in managing funds
Accountability:

Funding and Budget Management

Case #2: Transparency in managing funds

ethical considerations when working with sponsors and partners
Ethical considerations : when working with sponsors and partners.
  • Roles and Recognition: roles and expectationsmustbeclear; recognitionmustbeagreedupon.
    • Maintaining balance between Founders, Sponsors and principal stakeholders .
    • Balancing political interests.
    • Clarity about level of contribution and recognition:
      • Who develops the process vs who finances the process (or event).
      • Poor management impacts relationship with other sponsors.
case 3 working with sponsors roles and responsibilities
Agreed Roles and REsponsibilities

Case #3: Working with Sponsors

Roles and Responsibilities

ethical considerations science fair process
Ethical considerations : Science Fair process
  • In the science fair process: clarity is essential in guidelines; objectivity and transparency in judging, awarding, and decision making to improve the processes.
    • Judging at different education levels, or regions.
    • Fine lines between student’s research and mentor’s
    • Making the best decision for a positive impact in the science fair process.
    • Procedures to select the ISEF finalist projects.
case 4 the fine lines of mentoring case 5 best decision for fair case 6 scientific review boards
Science Fair Processes

Case 4: The fine lines of mentoring

Case 5 : Best decision for fair

Case 6: Scientific Review Boards

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Galería de imágenes
  • http://answers.yourdictionary.com/history/society/why-are-ethics-important.html
  • http://www.slcad.org/sponsorships
  • http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photo-ethics-word-cloud-image10976855
  • http://www.gray2greenky.com/funding.htm
  • http://www.younghrmanager.com/what-are-the-different-categories-of-employee-rewards-and-recognition-programs