You’re invited to participate in an online discussion group about the ethical challenges educators are facing during this pandemic. Our goals are to give space to teachers, teaching assistants, school administrators, guidance counselors, and other school-based professionals to think together about the ethics of our work in these complex times, and to add to professional development and research on these topics. Each 6-8 person, 90-minute session will be facilitated by a professor of educational ethics. Once you've signed up via the form (below), we will send you a Zoom link 1 day before your session. This is part of an ongoing research project based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Open discussion | July 29th 1:00-2:30pm EST with Benjamin Paxton, University of Virginia & Meira Levinson, Harvard University
Oklahoma's Educators and COVID-19 |July 30th 3:00-4:30pm CST with Allison Stevens, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Open discussion | July 21st 3:30pm-5:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time with Daniella Forster, Newcastle University
Teachers' ethical obligations to their students during a pandemic | July 27sth 3:30pm-5:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time with Daniella Forster, Newcastle UniversityOpen Discussion | July 1st 12:00pm-1:30pm EST with Meira Levinson, Ellis Reid, and Tatiana Geron, Harvard University
Providing Special Education Services | July 1st 2:00pm-3:30pm EST with Sigal Ben-Porath, University of Pennsylvania; Ashley Taylor, Colgate University; & Jacob Fay, Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University
Open discussion | July 2nd 4:00pm-5:30pm BST with Judith Suissa, University College London & Meira Levinson, Harvard University
Open Discussion | June 25th 3:00pm-4:30pm CEST with Johannes Derup and Douglas Yacek, TU Dortmund University & Meira Levinson, Harvard University
Ethical issues of assessment | May 27th 1:30-3:00pm EDT with Lauren Bialystok, University of Toronto and Meira Levinson, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Open Discussion | June 2nd 4-5:30pm EDT with Thea Abu El-Haj, Barnard College and Meira Levison, Harvard University
Tensions between the Common Good & Individual Interests in Emergency Situations/ La tensión entre el bien común y los intereses individuals en situacions de emergencia (in Spanish) | June 3rd 17:15-19:15 CEST with Ana Romera Iribas, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos & Juan Fuentes, Universidad Complutense, Madrid | SESSION FULL
FUTURE SESSIONS TBA!