Social Issues and Other Hindrances That are Affecting Education
What Is an Ethical Issue? | adonipub.com
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. This chapter discusses these challenges and their implications for alternatives identified by workshop presenters. One very critical stage in the development of performance assessments is defining the domain of knowledge, skills, and abilities that students will be expected to demonstrate. In her remarks, Mari Pearlman said that in. This poses a challenge to the field of adult education because, as several speakers pointed out, there is no consensus on the content to be assessed. As Ron Pugsley, Office of Vocational and Adult Education of the Department of Education DOEd , reminded participants, Title II of the WIA specifies the core measures that states must use in reporting student progress see Table , but the content underlying these measures is not operationally defined in the same way by the states and sometimes not even by all the programs within a state.
Morals, Ethics, and Integrity: How Codes of Conduct Contribute to Ethical Adult Education Practice
Academic journal article Adult Learning. In today's society, everywhere we turn--from medicine and politics to business and journalism--we face questions of ethical behavior. While adult educators are not likely to face the life and death situations sometimes found in medicine or law, or the financial ruin brought about by business scandals, ethics can impact greatly those we serve. Therefore, it is important to put ethical issues in adult education on the "front burner" of discussions related to professional development for educators of adults. In this article, we describe a process for making ethical decisions, and we consider three strategies that can be helpful in promoting a climate for ethical practice in adult education.