This InfoGuide supports your class with resources for the following:
Issues related to leadership, accessibility, inclusion, intersectionality, college students, Deaf.
The Code of Ethics specific to different professions or organizations (such as APA, AMA, NAD, RID, RIT/NTID boards, sororities, fraternities, and clubs) are available.
Self-assessments are available through our APA PsycTests database.
Ethical Debates, debating using ethical theories/perspectives, working with a debate team, hot and current issues
Personal Ethics Statements, (PES), final presentation prep, presenting a PES
APA Citation Style
Ethical Leadership theories
Utilitarianism: Do the greatest good for the greatest number.
Kant's Categorical Imperative: Do what's right despite the consequences.
Rawl's Justice as Fairness: Balancing freedom and equality.
Aristotelian Ethics: Live well ("virtue ethics").
Confucianism: Building healthy relationships.
Altruism: Concern for others ("ethics of care").