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Nonmaleficence and the Preparation of Classroom Teachers in Instructional Design

        

Nonmaleficence and the Preparation of Classroom Teachers in Instructional Design

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[ABSTRACT] The ethical principle of nonmaleficence refers to the avoidance of unnecessary harm whenever possible. Translated to the field of education, this principle requires that educational methods avoid unnecessary harm to students engaging those methods. Some scholars of instructional design (ID) suggest that current methods of teaching ID do not properly prepare the pupil to become a practitioner. This paper considers questions of whether it is ethical to teach ID in such a way that it... More
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
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Date Added to MERLOT: September 09, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 09, 2011
Keywords: nonmaleficence, instructional design, teacher preparation

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