My name is Clementine.<br />		 I represent a team of 4 members.<br />        Here’s our experience…<br />Hello:<br />
Preface to Institute for Global Ethics (IGE) Training:  <br />Talk by IGE in 2007 <br />Select team to create Code of Ethi...
.<br />Our team included:           <br />Parents<br />Faculty<br />Students<br />
Questions to Consider:<br />
Our 5 Core Values:<br />
Activities:<br /> Exploring autonomy<br />Discussing autonomy in ethical decisions<br />IGE Training<br />
Our action plan:<br />1. Create buy-in for teachers<br />2. Staff development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into ...
Buy-in is difficult. Here’s why:<br />Don’t we already have a strong sense of ethics in place?<br />Is this really necessa...
Buy-in is do-able. Here’s why:<br />Support from our daily chapel services<br />
Buy-in is do-able. Here’s why:<br />Strong, existing ethics displayed in classes<br />
Buy-in is do-able. Here’s why:<br />Kids love problem-solving. Check out these environmental ethics video clips.<br />
Our action plan:<br />1. Create Buy-In for teachers<br />2. Staff Development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into ...
Progress on activities	<br />Teachers engaged in online forum.<br />
          Progress on activities			<br />Online—teachers discuss the role of ethics in their classrooms.<br />
Progress on activities<br />Staff gathered to <br />learn about “ethical<br />dilemmas” and “paradigms.” <br />
Progress on activities<br />Staff agreed to create Scope and Sequence and brainstormed ideas.<br />
Progress on activities<br />Small groups discuss implementation of COE into curriculum.<br />
Our action plan:<br />1. Create Buy-In for teachers<br />2. Staff Development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into ...
Take a look at our Scope and Sequence…<br />How we integrated COE:<br />
Our action plan:<br />1. Create Buy-In for teachers<br />2. Staff Development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into ...
 Prologue---Frequently Asked Questions<br />Scope and Sequence<br />Lesson plans and activities<br />Websites, glossary, t...
 Importance of bottom-up approach with faculty and students<br /> Importance of teaching kids critical thinking<br />My ob...
Follow-up activity<br />Explore how to map ethics and values to curriculum.<br />
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Cross-Cutting: A Scope and Sequence Structure for Infusing Ethics Across the Curriculum

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This interactive session charts a process for Ethical Literacy® curriculum mapping at the Clairbourn School. The Clairbourn Ethical Literacy team, by utilizing its established set of five core ethical values, produced a Scope and Sequence for ethical values integration across grade levels, collaborating with faculty during in-service. The result is a “Primer” outlining ethics opportunities, PK – 8.

Clementine Suiffet, Clairbourn 4th grade teacher and Ethical Literacy team member, will provide background on establishing core values with faculty at Clairbourn, and designing the scope and sequence for these values as a full faculty process. Attendees will engage in a brief activity to begin thinking how to map ethics and values to curriculum at their respective schools.

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Cross-Cutting: A Scope and Sequence Structure for Infusing Ethics Across the Curriculum

  1. 1. My name is Clementine.<br /> I represent a team of 4 members.<br /> Here’s our experience…<br />Hello:<br />
  2. 2. Preface to Institute for Global Ethics (IGE) Training: <br />Talk by IGE in 2007 <br />Select team to create Code of Ethics<br />Clairbourn School<br />
  3. 3. .<br />Our team included: <br />Parents<br />Faculty<br />Students<br />
  4. 4. Questions to Consider:<br />
  5. 5. Our 5 Core Values:<br />
  6. 6. Activities:<br /> Exploring autonomy<br />Discussing autonomy in ethical decisions<br />IGE Training<br />
  7. 7. Our action plan:<br />1. Create buy-in for teachers<br />2. Staff development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into curriculum<br />4. Creation of primer <br />Clairbourn School<br />
  8. 8. Buy-in is difficult. Here’s why:<br />Don’t we already have a strong sense of ethics in place?<br />Is this really necessary?<br />Why ?<br />
  9. 9. Buy-in is do-able. Here’s why:<br />Support from our daily chapel services<br />
  10. 10. Buy-in is do-able. Here’s why:<br />Strong, existing ethics displayed in classes<br />
  11. 11. Buy-in is do-able. Here’s why:<br />Kids love problem-solving. Check out these environmental ethics video clips.<br />
  12. 12. Our action plan:<br />1. Create Buy-In for teachers<br />2. Staff Development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into curriculum<br />4. Creation of primer <br />Clairbourn School<br />
  13. 13. Progress on activities <br />Teachers engaged in online forum.<br />
  14. 14. Progress on activities <br />Online—teachers discuss the role of ethics in their classrooms.<br />
  15. 15. Progress on activities<br />Staff gathered to <br />learn about “ethical<br />dilemmas” and “paradigms.” <br />
  16. 16. Progress on activities<br />Staff agreed to create Scope and Sequence and brainstormed ideas.<br />
  17. 17. Progress on activities<br />Small groups discuss implementation of COE into curriculum.<br />
  18. 18. Our action plan:<br />1. Create Buy-In for teachers<br />2. Staff Development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into curriculum<br />4. Creation of primer <br />Clairbourn School<br />
  19. 19. Take a look at our Scope and Sequence…<br />How we integrated COE:<br />
  20. 20. Our action plan:<br />1. Create Buy-In for teachers<br />2. Staff Development activities <br />3. Integration of COE into curriculum<br />4. Creation of primer <br />Clairbourn School<br />
  21. 21. Prologue---Frequently Asked Questions<br />Scope and Sequence<br />Lesson plans and activities<br />Websites, glossary, terminology<br />Progress on Primer<br />
  22. 22. Importance of bottom-up approach with faculty and students<br /> Importance of teaching kids critical thinking<br />My observations<br />
  23. 23. Follow-up activity<br />Explore how to map ethics and values to curriculum.<br />

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