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Presentation given at the HEA Social Sciences learning and teaching summit 'Teaching ethics: The ethics of teaching' …

Presentation given at the HEA Social Sciences learning and teaching summit 'Teaching ethics: The ethics of teaching'

A blog post outlining the issues discussed at the summit is available via http://bit.ly/1lndTnX

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  • 1. The University of Virtue Ethics  What kind of students, of teachers, administrators?  The breadth of ethics  The place of codes
  • 2. Research (and Research-led Teaching)  Girl-guides and self-esteem  Pregnant teenagers  Archaeology  Data mining and the Big Bang
  • 3. The Centre of Teaching  Students at the heart  The learner and her style  Delivery: efficiency and effectiveness  Powerpoint and Prezi
  • 4. Virtues of teaching and learning  Quiet virtues – Diffidence, reticence  Dangerous virtues – More bad girls – Nietzsche – The History Boys
  • 5. Not Forgetting Education  The Socratic question  The educational question  The education to come
  • 6. Professionalism  Beyond ‘the reflective teacher’  Impact: crowing and bawling  Articulating the good of education (including research)  Resistance Embedding entrepreneurialism Jeremy Paxman  Codes