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Moral Implications of Education in a Digital World

by Instructional Designer/Teacing & Learning Consultant/Educational Researcher at Brigham Young University - Center for Teaching & Learning on Jun 10, 2010

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Presentation given at TTIX 2010. This session includes a discussion of moral issues surrounding teaching with technology, especially with social media. Here are some of the issues that we’ll ...

Presentation given at TTIX 2010. This session includes a discussion of moral issues surrounding teaching with technology, especially with social media. Here are some of the issues that we’ll discuss:
1. What are the moral goals of education, and are they attainable when using technology?
2. What are the moral challenges of teaching and learning with technology?
3. What are (or should be) the moral obligations of teachers and learners when teaching or learning with technology?

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