FdE Ethics - INTED 2017

Data d'actualització: 14/02/2017 12:15:49

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ID: 47894
Creator: GARCIA CARCELES, BELEN RSS garcarbe
Category: Economy RSS Economy
Clasification Unesco: Not classified
Description: The video presents relevant evidence among the implementation of part of the strategic plan “FdE Ethics” at the Faculty of Economics in the University of Valencia (FdE). The plan aims to raise awareness regarding the need of social responsiveness and sustainability when affronting professional decisions. For that reason, the Dean and his team are leading a three year-long strategic project to implement that ethical awareness across the classrooms. The evidence is presented from the students point of view, as the part of the global plan assessed here is the one led by a group of students. The experience due its novelty to the fact that, having a general strategic plan, they have faced the challenge to find a way to engage other students in a set of activities designed and prepared by them. Finding themselves in the role of a teacher, they must cooperate and learn how to asses ethics in real life, how to raise awareness and how to help in the global strategic plan. The video is organized as follows: the introduction reviews the methodological teaching approach used in the design of the Project and its objectives are described. Then, there is summary of the teaching innovation development, through its design, action plan and implementation. Results are presented from the student’s point of view and the article is finalized with a discussion section and final remarks.
Labels: Economics, Ethic
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Score: Sense puntuacio (puntuar).
License CC: Reconocimiento - NoComercial - CompartirIgual (by-nc-sa)
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