Teaching a dilemma story in my science classroom: enabling students to make ethically aware decisions
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The purpose of this interpretive action research was to explore the experiences of students engaging with ethical dilemma story pedagogy in the context of education for sustainability. The study also investigated my experiences as a science teacher implementing ethical dilemma story pedagogy and the new understandings and insights that I discovered about my teaching. This thesis records my reflective journey as I used ethical dilemma story pedagogy with two of my Year 10 Science classes.
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