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Future Frontiers: Ethics for a Changing World

March 27 - March 29

Future Frontiers: Ethics for a Changing World

Event Date & Time: March 27 - March 29

Cost: $620

Don’t miss out on this exciting professional learning opportunity …
  • International academics addressing pressing global issues
  • Approaches to Teaching and Learning
  • Ethics in the Australian Curriculum
  • Classroom-ready resources
  • Opportunities to share good practice as part of a growing professional network
    Justice in an Unequal World
    Tim Costello AO (Former Chief Executive of World Vision Australia)
    Teaching Ethics v. Preaching Ethics
    Dr Luke Russell (Lecturer in Moral Philosophy and Critical Thinking, University of Sydney)
    For Goodness’ Sake: The Fundamentals of Human Flourishing
    Dr Felicity McCutcheon (Head of Teaching and Learning, Melbourne Grammar School)
    AI and Ethics: Why all the Fuss?
    Professor Toby Walsh (Scientiua Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of New South Wales and Data61)
    From Principle to Practice: The why, how and what of teaching ethics in high school
    Mark Case (Deputy Head, Oxley College, NSW)
    Ethical Diversity at the Frontiers: The Case of Voluntary Assisted Dying
    Dr Rosalind McDougall (Senior Lecturer in Health Ethics, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health)
    ‘Climate Justice Shall You Pursue’ – a rephrasing for our time!
    Rabbi Jonathan Rabbi Keren-Black (Leo Baeck Centre, Melbourne)
    Webinar: Climate Justice in RE
    Lat Blaylock (National RE Adviser, UK)
    Practical workshops led by experienced classroom teachers
    Topics include: global citizenship, peace education, science and religion, post-truth politics, Ignatian Spirituality …


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