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  • Programs to Teach Bioethics in Secondary Schools - High School Bioethics Curriculum Project
    as an online resource 1999 Theodore Goldfarb SUNY Stony Brook LI Michael Pritchard Western Michigan State University Ethics in the Science Classroom An Instructional Guide for Secondary School Science Teachers with Model Lessons for the Classroom http www onlineethics org Education precollege scienceclass aspx Ronee Yashon High School teachers Provided resources on bioethics and legal issues No teacher training Focused on providing resources on classroom discussion Ronee Yashon 1993 1997 Case Studies in Bioethics I and II Landmark Legal Cases for Science Teachers 1997 2006 Brian Schrag editor Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Bloomington Indiana F C NSF Grant Numbers SBR 9421897 and SES 9817880 Undergraduates and Graduate students Research ethics focus commentaries written by graduate and post doctoral fellows in physical natural social sciences engineering Provided substantive and expert educational resources around research ethics Brian Schrag Research Ethics Cases and Commentaries Volumes 1 7 For information about these resources visit http appe indiana edu publications publications and journals research ethics cases and commentaries Markkula Center for Applied Ethics University of Santa Clara CA F C donors to the Markkula Center High School and Middle School students Program targeted at risk middle and high school students through character based literacy Limited to local area Program focused on providing literature for character education Markkula Center The Center suggests using literature for character education University of Iowa s Biotechnology Center Science teachers Provides support for teachers through summer workshops an online bioethics course and school outreach in the areas of biotechnology and agriculture Iowa focus Biotech resources University of Iowa s Biotechnology Center http www biotech iastate edu biotechnology outreach education center boec National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science at the University at Buffalo State University of NY F C NSF Undergraduate science professors expanded in recent years to include high school teachers Professional development workshops teacher developed database of case studies and supporting materials for use in classrooms science focus Provides professional development training and resources in using the case study method Teacher developed case study database for teacher use Clyde Kip Herreid Nancy Schiller http sciencecases lib buffalo edu cs The Genetic Science Learning Center GSLC University of Utah High School teachers and students Very engaging computer animations accessible information to support teaching of science aspects of bioethics issues not a curriculum program Provides online resources to help teachers teach and students learn genetics concepts in engaging ways Louisa Stark Staff members http learn genetics utah edu 1995 New Jersey Association for Biomedical Research NJABR Programs Videodiscovery Inc F C NSF High School teachers and high school students Employed computers for classroom use program permitted individual student self timed instruction required special technology to play the VideoDisc Introduced media and computer aided independent learning idea Jayne Mackta Executive Director NJABR and D Joseph Clark Executive Producer Bioethics Forums Critical Thinking Activities for Biology Students VideoDisc for teacher and student use offered both a Teacher s Manual and a Student Resource Book NJ Center for Ethics Education High

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  • High School Bioethics Curriculum Project
    Finding Bioethics Videos NEWS Exploring Bioethics New curriculum supplement on bioethics for grades 9 12 available from the Office of Science Education and Clinical Center for Bioethics National Institutes of Health http science education nih gov StateStandards The National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature has a new name The Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University Check out their newly redesigned Web site in the coming weeks Introduction to Ethical Theory

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  • Project Information
    teachers to bioethics materials in the library help them research topics of special interest and demonstrate how the teachers and their students may use the free reference services throughout the year Four different workshop models have been tested during the years of the pilot project Our first small three day workshop in July 1999 drew teachers from many states and disciplinary areas but mainly from private and religiously affiliated high schools Thirteen teachers attended the workshop In July 2000 the workshop attendance was expanded 27 teachers attended and teachers came from across the country and a wide variety of educational settings public and private religiously affiliated and non sectarian urban and suburban and rural large and small single sex and coed Again teachers from many different subject areas participated Attendees at that summer conference also included a resource specialist and a teacher working with students with learning differences These persons helped us to further our efforts to explore effective ways to reach teachers within schools and to test the curriculum and case study approach as appropriate for students of all abilities In November 2001 a one day High School Bioethics Symposium and Teacher Roundtable was held for 40 teachers from Washington DC Metropolitan area schools A handful of teachers from other states also attended The Symposium tested a more compact offering of the curriculum training and also drew mainly science especially biology teachers Small group leaders provided overviews of the scientific medical and ethical issues associated with six different topic areas Animals in Research and Education Death and Dying Eugenics Futility and Baby K Neonatal Issues and Organ Transplantation LeRoy Walters Ph D provided a concluding session on the ethical and public policy issues associated with stem cell research In April 2002 the Project realized another goal when the Kennedy Institute and St Joseph s Academy in Baton Rouge LA co sponsored a one day High School Bioethics Symposium and Teacher Roundtable for teachers in Southern Louisiana Twenty one teachers attended this regional program Leadership and planning was done jointly by staff at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and five teachers from St Joseph s Academy who had attended Bioethics Workshops in 1999 and 2000 St Joseph s Academy and these Louisiana Lead Teachers teaching the subjects of biology physical sciences economics religion and social studies now serve as organizing and teaching resources in bioethics for their local colleagues and other teachers throughout the state Local experts in the areas of animal care and research neonatal ethics death and dying organ transplantation and genetic research gave luncheon seminars and special lectures for the teachers HSBCP staff and lead teachers discussed bioethics in the classroom and addressed pedagogical issues and implementation questions Using case studies from the HSBCP curriculum each teacher developed a lesson plan for use in their classroom In addition to the vast resources available at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and the National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature workshop participants also benefit from outside expertise and educational opportunities

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  • Bioethics Resources for High School Teachers and Students
    journal and newspaper articles books book chapters reports audiovisuals and other documents with some links to full text or abstracts GenETHX Genetics and Ethics contains over 42 000 citations to journal and newspaper articles books book chapters and audiovisual materials with some links to full text or abstracts part of the National Information Resource on Ethics and Human Genetics Bioethics Bibliography Service or Quick Reference Help Call 1 888 BIOETHX

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  • Units
    but not really living leaving others with difficult life and death choices to make Patients their family members and friends health care professionals and individuals outside the world of medicine all may have different reactions to a dilemma of this sort but all perspectives are valuable and important for resolving the dilemma in the most favorable way And in high school classes across the curriculum reflection on bioethics dilemmas presented as case studies can provide a stimulating bridge between a real life quandary and the facts of science law medicine health technology sociology ethics and other subjects In science classes for example students usually focus on mastering the steps for carrying out high tech procedures But they may pay only cursory attention to the risks benefits strengths and drawbacks of that technology They may never get around to considering the question ought we use this technology or carry out this procedure just because we can Yet the ought issues are the key issues and finding the best answers affects the present and the future Resolving dilemmas always takes time attention and energy being facile and comfortable doing so serves individuals throughout their lives Through discussions of cases in bioethics students can develop and then hone their analytical critical thinking skills They see the value of an open mind one that is nourished by a broad education They come to understand that although the school day is compartmentalized into discrete subjects problems in life are not As students practice strategies for identifying and analyzing ethical dilemmas they gain experience expressing themselves civilly and they become better listeners even toward those who are expressing opposing viewpoints They realize that at times reasonable people may agree to disagree Case studies are engaging in part because they are true and in part because each

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  • Resource Bibliography
    General Bibliography about Teaching Bioethics Resource Bibliography about Philosophy and Kids Request Bibliography Resource Bibliography Commercial Films Documentary Educational Films Nonfiction Fiction QuickBibs from the Bioethics Library

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  • Workshop Archive
    co coordinated by KIE HSBCP and Louisana Lead Teachers November 2001 Kennedy Institute Georgetown University Washington DC one day DC Metropolitan Area teachers 40 attending July 2000 Kennedy Institute Georgetown University Washington DC 4 day national conference public and private

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  • UNIT 1: ETHICAL ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH BABIES BORN AT RISK
    in Unit 1 explore the fair treatment of babies their family members and society as a whole Each of the five case studies raises a number of ethical issues that are not unique to at risk babies but pertain to all people who are seriously ill dying or compromised physically or mentally Students are asked to consider some challenging questions about the value of life about who has the right

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