Student Learn How, Not What, To Think About Difficult Issues

TitleStudent Learn How, Not What, To Think About Difficult Issues
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsMiller, G
JournalScience
Volume322
Issue5899
Pagination186-187
Date Published10/2008
Type of ArticleArticle
Publication Languageeng
ISSN Number00368075
Accession Number35094079
KeywordsBIOETHICS , Biomedical , ethical , ethics , GENETICALLY , GEORGETOWN , Moral , research , STEM , University
AbstractThe article discusses a bioethics program that trains teachers to help students confront ethical challenges. Sponsored by the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR) and the University of Washington, the program aims to teach teachers to help students about ethical issues inside and outside the classroom, including genetic testing, stem cell research and genetically modified foods. Another program, the free database maintained by the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University, also helps teachers incorporate ethics into their class discussions.
NotesMiller, Greg; Source Info: 10/10/2008, Vol. 322 Issue 5899, p186; Subject Term: BIOETHICS; Subject Term: ETHICS -- Study & teaching; Subject Term: STEM cells; Subject Term: RESEARCH; Subject Term: ETHICAL problems; Subject Term: RESEARCH -- Moral & ethical aspects; Subject Term: GENETICALLY modified foods; Subject Term: MORAL & ethical aspects; Subject Term: BIOMEDICAL organizations; Company/Entity: UNIVERSITY of Washington Company/Entity: GEORGETOWN University; Number of Pages: 2p; Document Type: Article
DOI10.1126/science.322.5899.186a
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