In the spring of 2020, I’ll be teaching Ethics and Educational Decision Making, EPE 628, with both face-to-face AND synchronously online sections! The class meets on Tuesday from 4-6:30pm. Consider signing up or tell your friends who might.
Why study Ethics and Educational Decision Making?
- Ethics is essential for leadership in the educational policy context;
- The course fulfills an elective requirement for the Graduate Certificate in College Teaching and Learning;
- The course includes options for customizing assignments for conference and journal submissions;
- Two students from last semester had their papers accepted for presentation at the 2019 Midwest Educational Research Association conference;
- It’s really fun.
Here’s a flyer for the course, and here’s a short bio about the instructor:
Dr. Eric Thomas Weber is Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation. He also serves as Executive Director of the Society of Philosophers in America (SOPHIA) and co-host of the Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast, and is the author of Uniting Mississippi and Democracy and Leadership.
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