A Culture Of Respect

Yesterday, I completed Title IV training in order to teach this coming semester. I especially liked that the training mentioned the phrase “a culture of respect”, as it is defined as “where diversity is valued, where individuals feel that their contributions are recognized and acknowledged, and finally, a culture where expectations regarding behaviour are clearly… Continue reading A Culture Of Respect

Media 101 Week 11

This week’s media class topic is Media Ethics. Students will be reviewing the philosophy of categorical imperative by Kant. We will also covering both the Golden rule and the Golden mean. While we have laws and rules to help govern us, but everyone has their own moral compass. Media, advertising, and the news can easily… Continue reading Media 101 Week 11

10 Commandments of Computer Ethics

Last week in class, we covered Digital Citizenship, which is basically an extension of Computer Ethics. First, let's define what technology ethics are: Computer ethics deals with the procedures, values, and practices that govern the process of consuming computing technology and its related disciplines without damaging or violating the moral values and beliefs of any individual, organization or… Continue reading 10 Commandments of Computer Ethics

Digital Citizenship

As a technology teacher, I am asked to cover computer ethics with my college students. However, I am to exclude ways that it occurs with my other computer class, who are inmates. So, I decided to start the discussion a different way by what it takes to become a good digital citizen. Let's explore this… Continue reading Digital Citizenship