5b: Ethics

The coursework for EDTC 6101: Values, Ethics, and Foundations in Digital Education provided an opportunity for me to reflect on the categories of ethical thinking in conjunction with the ethical affordances and constraints of digital education, and to develop an ethical framework for online and digital pedagogy.

The reflection included here is one of several reflections on the research literature related to digital ethics and value; digital wisdom; attention; digital identity and agency; digital participation; digital wellbeing; digital diversity and equity; and digital futures that have shaped my approach to ethical learning and teaching in digital environments.

The Coggle-driven reflection at this link demonstrates my own use of a reading processing tool I use with students to help reflect on and respond to complex texts.

The global collaborative unit I designed for a 100 level Introduction to Literature course, Archives and Analysis, demonstrates my modelling of ethical considerations in digital instructional design aimed at access and equity,  as well as my provision of instruction, guidelines and support for students’ digital participation and ethical, literate digital media use.