|Abstract||Drawing on country experiences, this resource book
provides policy makers and educators concrete tools
to educate for public integrity. Section 1 and 2 provide suggestions on how to design and implement
education for public integrity. Tips for educators new
to managing interactive groups are also included in
Section 2. Section 3 contains sample lesson plans and
tasks on public integrity from a range of countries.
These are accompanied by resources for extracurricular activities. Section 4 highlights case studies from
several OECD countries, with insights on how they
have implemented education for public integrity. A
few illustrative examples of technological approaches
to educating for public integrity are also included.
These materials and resources aim to provide a reference for policy makers and educators interested
in developing their own lesson plans and tasks.
Although some of the contexts may not be relevant
and the materials could be inappropriate if used as
they are, they may be adapted or used as a springboard for new ideas. |