Ethical competence in diversity and equality

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Date:
Fri, 8 Jun 2018
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8:00am to 9:30am
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Advance HE Pre-function Area
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Two values that teachers in higher education are obliged to promote amongst students in Europe are diversity and equality. Different theories and practices have emerged in response to this need to implement these values. All of these strategies aim at making the teaching practices more inclusive. This poster will present different discourses of inclusive teaching in higher education, and what kind of ethical competence they enable amongst students. The aim of the poster is to promote reflection on ethical competence in higher education. The conference participants will be invited to contribute by writing or drawing ideas on piece of papers.

 

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