|Editors:||Dr. Michele D. Estes, James Madison University|
|Dr. Rich E. Ingram, James Madison University|
Because ethical reasoning is an inherent part of the Education profession, our College is positioned to generate quality scholarship in this area. However, few faculty can claim ethics as their primary area of specialty. This project aims to draw on the collective experiences and literature reviews of faculty in our College, and their school and community partners, to develop a representative case study guidebook titled, Dilemmas in Education: A Case Book for Ethical Reasoning. This will be published in the JMU Scholarly Commons. We hope to generate a much deeper understanding of the dilemmas, perspectives and strategies used to apply the Madison Collaborative 8 key questions framework in Education.
Estes, M. D., & Ingram, R. E. (2018). Dilemmas in education: A casebook for ethical reasoning. Harrisonburg, VA: JMU Scholarly Commons.
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