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Scenarios for Learning About AECT's Professional Ethics 04/16/18Edited and annotated by Andrew R. J. Yeaman, Ph.D. Background: The authority of the Code is important. It extends beyond the normative influences of government, law, community, school, family, and church. There is an unremitting desire for professionally ethical practice to be specified and imparted to our profession. The higher education faculty who make up the great majority of the Association’s membership are the profession’s educators and can be highly influential in this regard. Many of the graduate student members become faculty, too. This means the Code is not as relevant to AECT members’ activities as it is to the labor of those professionals whom they teach...
http://www.aect.org/docs/Scenario_Annotations_2015.pdf
Making software choices benefit all children 04/16/18Section 1 - Commitment to the Individual Learner Making software choices benefit all children Hall, L. (2007). Making software choices benefit all children. TechTrends 51(1), 15-16. Principle 7. Shall promote current and sound professional practices in the use of technology in education.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Making_software_choices_benefit_all_children.pdf
Protecting learners from technology 04/16/18Section 1 - Commitment to the Individual Learner Protecting learners from technology Yeaman, A. R. J. (2006). Protecting learners from technology. TechTrends 50(2), 11. PRINCIPLE 6. Shall make reasonable efforts to protect the individual from conditions harmful to health and safety, including harmful conditions caused by technology itself.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Protecting_learners_from_technology.pdf
Choosing new chairs for a computer lab. 04/16/18Section 1 - Commitment to the Individual Learner Choosing new chairs for a computer lab. Napper, V. (2008). Choosing new chairs for a computer lab. TechTrends 52 (3), 8. Principle 5. Shall follow sound professional procedures for evaluation and selection of materials, equipment, and furniture/carts used to create educational work areas.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Choosing_new_chairs_for_a_computer_lab..pdf
Ethical Issues in Second Life04/16/18Section 1 - Commitment to the Individual Learner Issues in Second Life Hope R. Botterbusch and R. S. Talab Ethical Issues in Second LifeTechTrends 53(1), 9.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Ethical_Issues_in_Second_Life.pdf
Commitment To The, Ahem, Learner 04/16/18Section 1 - Commitment to the Individual Learner Commitment To The, Ahem, Learner Yeaman, A. “Commitment to the, ahem, learner.” TechTrends 53(3), 29. Principle 2. Shall protect the individual rights of access to materials of varying points of view.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Commitment_To_The_Ahem_Learner.pdf
Giving and receiving favors04/16/18Section 2 - Commitment to Society Giving and receiving favors Butler, R. P. (2006). Giving and receiving favors. TechTrends 50(6), 10-16. Principle 4. Shall accept no gratuities, gifts, or favors that might impair or appear to impair professional judgment, or offer any favor, service, or thing of value to obtain special advantage.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Giving_and_receiving_favors.pdf
How can I tell the truth?04/16/18Section 2 - Commitment to Society How can I tell the truth? Eastmond, N., & Hayden, R. (2006). How can I tell the truth? TechTrends 50(3), 13. Principle 2. Shall represent accurately and truthfully the facts concerning educational matters in direct and indirect public expressions.
http://www.aect.org/docs/How_can_I_tell_the_truth.pdf
Is Janet viewing porn in class!? 04/16/18Section 2 - Commitment to Society Is Janet viewing porn in class!? Proposed Principle. Napper, V. S., Hadley, K., & Yeaman, A. R. J. (2010). Is Janet viewing porn in class!?!! TechTrends 54(2), 22-23.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Is_Janet_viewing_porn_in_class.pdf
A case study gone awry04/16/18Section 3 - Commitment to the Profession A case study gone awry Belland, B. R., & Belland, J. C. (2008). A case study gone awry. TechTrends 52(1), 15. Principle 10.Shall conduct research using professionally accepted guidelines and procedures, especially as they apply to protecting participants from harm.
http://www.aect.org/docs/A_case_study_gone_awry.pdf
Help Wanted04/16/18Section 3 - Commitment to the Profession Help Wanted Sugar, W. (2010). Help wanted. TechTrends 54(3). Principle 3: Shall avoid commercial exploitation of the person's membership in the Association.
http://www.aect.org/docs/Help_Wanted.pdf