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High School Teachers Sought to Join Achieving with Integrity Project
SEE continues to recruit high school English and social studies teachers to participate in the Achieving with Integrity project. This is an ongoing study to strengthen student ethical functioning and reduce academic dishonesty through lessons integrated into existing content material. We are seeking teachers who are willing to volunteer and experiment with a teaching protocol that encourages ethical awareness, analysis, judgment, commitment and action.
Successful applicants will be provided on-line professional development with the goal of integrating four lessons and conducting a summative activity within an existing academic unit of study. After the completion of the on-line training, the lessons are required to be taught within a three-week period. Three follow-up applications of the lesson strategies (also integrated in existing content) will be requested for completion before June 1, 2016. Three student assessment measures (all on-line) will be required (1) before first lesson instruction, (2) immediately after the summative activity, and (3) after the three supplemental lessons before June 10, 2016.
Those interested in this project should contact Dr. David Wangaard via SEE's contact page or follow and complete this application link.
The School for Ethical Education (SEE) teaches strategies to (K-16) educators to put ethics in action for positive character formation.