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Ethics And Values In Learning Organizations

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The ethics and values-based decisions that learning organizations are faced with are explored in-depth. Case studies on access, diversity, plagiarism, technology, confidentiality, student-faculty relationships, and harassment are discussed. The roles of value education, codes of conduct, and codes of ethics are debated. Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions

This graduate-level course is 8 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Duration: 8 weeks

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    Contemporary Ethical Issues

    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 7]
    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 7]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. [Wk 7]
    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. [Wk 7]
    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. [Wk 7]

    Individual Approach to Ethics

    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership.[Wk 5]
    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 5]
    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations.[Wk 5]
    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 5]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. [Wk 5]

    Ethical Leadership

    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 6]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. [Wk 6]
    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. [Wk 6]
    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. [Wk 6]
    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 6]

    Philosophy of Ethics

    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 3]
    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 3]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. [Wk 3]
    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. [Wk 3]
    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. [Wk 3]

    History of Ethical Thought

    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 4]
    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 4]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards.[Wk 4]
    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. [Wk 4]
    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. [Wk 4]

    The Consequences of Human Actions

    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. [Wk 8]
    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. [Wk 8]
    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 8]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. [Wk 8]
    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 8]

    Reading Weeks

    • Competency A: Compare various current ethical theories and their philosophical underpinnings. [Wk 2]
    • Competency B: Evaluate the relationship between personal value and professional ethical standards. [Wk 2]
    • Competency C: Evaluate the factors involved in making ethical decisions in global learning organizations. [Wk 2]
    • Competency D: Examine trends of ethical decision making in educational leadership. [Wk 2]
    • Competency E: Determine strategies that address ethical issues to improve educational leadership decisions. [Wk 2]
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