Effective, Moral and Worthy Teaching

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This survey below is intended to provide insight into the distinctions between the three terms.
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edited 4/15/14

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There are all sorts of ways we can get people to learn. Some methods are immoral; otherwise, every school would have the equivalent of a torture chamber or a brothel.

But there are things we don't teach in schools because they are not seen as "worthy" or "appropriate" in some sense: for example, how to clean toilets, butcher chickens, or change diapers.

This questionnaire tries to get at what your understandings are of the differences and similarities between the three concepts of effectiveness, morality, and worthiness as they apply to teaching.


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