Globethics Publications | Education Ethics Series

Chaque volume de cette série offre des analyses et des directives contextuelles sur l'éthique dans l'éducation incluant des contributions d'auteurs du monde entier. La série a été conçue pour attirer les étudiants et les professionnels, fournissant un mélange d'approches sur l'éducation fondées sur des valeurs pour l'apprentissage tout au long de la vie et des exemples concrets d'élaborations de normes éthiques dans les universités. L'accent est mis sur la promotion de la citoyenneté mondiale en utilisant des modèles d'éducation ouverte (open education) et des possibilités d'apprentissage à distance (distance learning).

 

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Ethics in Higher Education: Values-driven Leaders for the Future (2017)
Divya Singh / Christoph Stückelberger (Eds.)
ISBN 978-2-88931-164-4-Globethics.net Education Ethics No. 1

The values and virtues practised in universities heavily influence the leaders of the future, but outside the limelight of excelling education institutions there is a concerning violation of good practises and rise in unethical behaviour. This book offers diverse insights from 19 different authors, writing from eight countries in five continents, providing explanations and recommendations for the ethical crisis present around the world which can be mitigated by suitable education in ethics, particularly in higher education institutions.

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Ethics in Higher Education: Religions and Traditions in Nigeria

Ethics in Higher Education: Religions and Traditions in Nigeria

Editors: Obiora Ike / Chidiebere Onyia

ISBN: 978-2-88931-218-4
Series number: Globethics.net Education Ethics No. 3
Publication: 2018

This second of two book volumes on ethics in higher education is the result of an international conference organised by Globethics.net with the leadership of the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 2016 on managing and teaching ethics within higher education institutions. The focus on traditions and religions as vehicles for collaboration and co-existence in plural societies has gained great attention both in Africa and elsewhere. The book features 14 authors from the University of Nigeria and other Nigerian institutions, including the Tansian University, Abia State University and Bayero University among others.

 

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Ethics in Higher Education: Foundation for Sustainable Development

Editors: Obiora Ike / Chidiebere Onyia

ISBN: 978-2-88931-216-0
Series number: Globethics.net Education Ethics No. 2
Publication: 2018

The international conference of the University of Nigeria, held in 2016, made it clear that education must assist and lead students to learn to be free, responsible, innovative and creative. The teacher has the duty to guide students to know how to acquire knowledge that is not mere information but knowledge that is reflected, offering essential insights needed for effective living—such knowledge bears the ingredients of ethics. This first of two book volumes serves as a guide providing insights gained through experience from 29 authors, including teachers, administrators and policy makers and researchers, all brought together to focus on how Ethics in Higher Education can be integrated into concrete contexts.

 

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Ethics in Higher Education: Values-driven Leaders for the Future

Editors: Divya Singh / Christoph Stückelberger 

ISBN: 978-2-88931-164-4
Series number: Globethics.net Education Ethics No. 1
Publication: 2017

The values and virtues practised in universities heavily influence the leaders of the future, but outside the limelight of excelling education institutions there is a concerning violation of good practises and rise in unethical behaviour. This book offers diverse insights from 19 different authors, writing from eight countries in five continents, providing explanations and recommendations for the ethical crisis present around the world which can be mitigated by suitable education in ethics, particularly in higher education institutions.

 

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