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|Title: ||Vanderbilt Center for Teaching: Episode 20 - Teaching First-Year Students|
|Authors: ||Dalhouse, Mark|
Wehby, Joseph H.
|Keywords: ||Educational technology|
|Issue Date: || 3|
|Publisher: ||Vanderbilt University. Center for Teaching|
|Series/Report no.: ||Center for Teaching Podcast|
Teaching -- Moral and ethical aspects
Education -- Philosophy
Ethics -- Study and teaching
|Abstract: ||Features a panel discussion with Mark Dalhouse, Faculty Head of East House and Director for the Office of Active Citizenship and Service, Joseph Wehby, Associate Professor of Special Education, and Roark Luskin, Class of 2012.
During the discussion, panelists answer two questions: Should Vanderbilt faculty and staff try to engage first-year students in critical thinking about their own ethics, values, and culture? Or should we give that up as a lost cause and focus on more practical matters?|
|Description: ||Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "Center for Teaching - Podcast Episodes - Episode 20 - Teaching First-Year Students." By Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching.|
|Appears in Collections:||Center for Teaching Podcast|
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