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Methods Of Teaching Ethical Deliberation To Science Majors

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  1. teaching ethical deliberation to science majors

    1. TEACHING ETHICAL DELIBERATION

    TO SCIENCE MAJORS

    This is a discussion of how Dr. M.M. Patterson used project based learning to teach a science ethics course at UW-Stout in 2012. It was presented at the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum Conference in 2013 (http://www.rit.edu/~w-ethics/seac/Program15).

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  2. projects service learning

    2. PROJECTS

    SERVICE LEARNING

    Students formed groups based on their major. Six groups ranging from 2 to 6 students / group completed semester projects. Find the syllabus for the course and handouts from the talk at uwstout.edu/faculty/pattersonm/ethics.

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  3. rubric taking a stance and defending it

    3. RUBRIC

    TAKING A STANCE AND DEFENDING IT

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  4. 4. OUR STUDENTS ARE IN

    • Environmental Sciences
    • Biotechnology
    • Materials & Nanoscience
    • Pre-med, -vet, -pharm, etc

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  5. 5. STUDENTS CHOSE

    1. Sand Mining
    2. Gene Patenting
    3. Confidentiality
    4. Dry Labbing
    5. Stem Cell Research

    See samples of student work at www.

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  6. sand mining students chose "for"

    6. SAND MINING

    STUDENTS CHOSE "FOR"

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  7. gene patenting students chose 'against'

    7. GENE PATENTING

    STUDENTS CHOSE 'AGAINST'

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  8. confidentiality students showed how

    8. CONFIDENTIALITY

    STUDENTS SHOWED HOW

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  9. stem cell research students measured attitudes

    9. STEM CELL RESEARCH

    STUDENTS MEASURED ATTITUDES

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  10. dry labbing students found pervasive practice

    10. DRY LABBING

    STUDENTS FOUND PERVASIVE PRACTICE

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  11. what is relevant  to your students?

    11. WHAT IS RELEVANT

    TO YOUR STUDENTS?

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