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first two questions which were more relevant for discovering if students were actually learning in my units, and what contributed most effectively to their learning. Summary of Learning Outcomes Survey for Principles of Ethics November 2007 Question Response 1.Did you learn new things in Ethics 2? YES: 127 = 100% 2.How did you learn best (scale of 1 to 5)?
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1. Make learning interesting / enjoyable 2. Get students thinking 3. Help my students to apply philosophical theory to real life Table 18 My educational values from 2006 to 2007 November 2007 to November 2008 I maintained the educational values just mentioned, focusing largely on getting my students thinking, and applying philosophical theory to daily life using practical forms of assessment to facilitate my students’ learning 31 . Based on this experience my educational values evolved significantly. By November 2008, I had identified more specific and practical values which I maintained until October 2009. Evolution in my educational values: 2007 to 2009 October 2007 November 2008 November 2008 October 2009 1. Make learning interesting/enjoyable Create a conducive learning environment 2. Get students thinking Intellectual practical change in students 3. Apply theory to life Personal behavioural change in students Table 19 My evolving values from 2007 to 2009 Each semester I continued seeking ways to reach out to my students by fostering positive educational relationships.
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