SF Hosts Ethics Across the Curriculum Workshops

SF Hosts Ethics Across the Curriculum Workshops

November 1, 2022 – As part of Santa Fe College’s National Endowment for the Humanities Community College Initiatives grant, Engaging in Ethics, SF faculty in all disciplines are invited to participate in a key initiative, “Ethics Across the Curriculum.” The aim of this initiative is to infuse a bit of ethics into courses across disciplines at SF, engaging students in critical thinking about ethics issues that are relevant to their particular career interests/areas of study.  

SF’s Instructional Designer, Dr. Jason Frank, along with Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Ronald Claypool will lead participants in a series of two workshops that will provide tips and tools for engaging your students in a class session that gamifies ethical reasoning in a fun, interactive way and gets them thinking about ethical issues in your discipline creatively and from multiple perspectives.  

The first workshop will be held Thursday, Nov. 10, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in Building P, Room 163. Lunch will be provided. The second follow-up workshop will be held in January (date TBD), when participants can share their model for a gamified ethics class session. Each faculty participant will receive a $500 stipend for their attendance at both workshops, as well as for providing a deliverable, which will take the form of a single class-session lesson plan.

If you would like to accept this invitation,please let Dr. Ann Thebaut, know before 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7.