Moral and ethical decision making (PI Practice M2) is rooted in a fundamental understanding of fairness. In this video (13 minutes), primatologist Sarah Brosnan finds that human beings’ notion of fairness is “wired in” biologically. As she explains toward the end of this video, what she observed in microcosm in her work with Capuchin monkeys she sees at work in society at large and as essential to the success of our species.
By: Principled Innovation™ (PI)
How classroom political discussions—controversies, too—prepare students for needed civic participation
By: Holly Korbey, KQED
Teaching equity vs equality in K-2 classrooms
By: Teachers Network
The roots of moral courage
By: Greater Good Science Center, Kristen Renwick Monroe