Decisions that we make about changes in our learning communities—whether those communities are as small as classrooms or teaching teams or as large as state educational systems—need to be made with a clear view on which those decisions are made. This brief video (1 minute) by Australia’s Ethics Centre illustrates the types of values that lie behind the beliefs we have on the present conditions we observe in our learning communities and on the kinds of changes we would like to see within those communities. These values guide our moral and ethical decision-making (Practice M2).
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