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Reproduced from 50 Activities for Promoting Ethics Within the Organization, by Marlene Caroselli. HRD Press, 2003. This permission statement is limited to reproduction of materials for educational or training events. Systematic or large-scale reproduction or distributionŠor inclusion of. Workplace Ethics Activity: Making Informed Ethical Decisions. Teacher Instructions. Divide students into groups of three or four. Assign each group of students one of the following scenarios to read and discuss. Then, instruct students to follow the steps below for making ethical decisions.

Value Cards Activity: This is a very fun, engaging and introspective activity that can be used for almost any group and is ideal for students age 13 through 100! the students for the activity by involving them in some type of discussion regarding the meaning of the words "Ethics" and "Values". ETHICS AND THE EDUCATION OF ADULTS: A REVIEW ESSAY 1 ROBERT TOBIAS University of Canterbury Abstract The main purpose of this essay is to review Peter Jarvis' book on Ethics and education for adults in a late modern society published by the National Institute of Adult and Continuing Education (England and Wales) (NIACE) in 1997. The essay.

Tags: competing rights, decision-making, ethical dilemmas, Ethics, group activity This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 at 11:19 am and is filed under Ethics.You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Recently, she was a member of the ANA Code of Ethics Project Task Force. The Task Force, along with ANA staff guidance, wrote the 2001 Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements, which won an AJN "Book of the Year Award." Dr. Silva is a Professor of Nursing at .