Moral Reasoning and Reflection in Higher Education
Importance of skill set to address social-critical challenges faced in professional practice. Moral reasoning and social justice theory is utilized to enable students to recognize “isms” that perpetuate professional and personal life. Students gain experience facilitating discourse by practicing the act of communicating with colleagues on difficult issues. Topics include professional responsibility; liberation of self; privilege and oppression; social justice and communicative action; expert knowledge and skills; strategy and artistry in the workplace; professional effectiveness and critical-social challenges; action research in professional life; reflecting-in-action.
Higher Education Administration & Student Affairs Administration, "HEA652" (2012). Course Proposals. 215.