Using the Top 10 list in the classroom.
The Top 10 list has been used in advanced high school and college classrooms around the country. From philosophy and tech ethics college courses to high school Spanish (!), we’ve heard great things from educators around the U.S. using the list to engage students in passionate conversation.
We’ve got some great educational resources planned for the 2019 list coming out in December, but we’d love to hear from those of you using or planning to use the list in the classroom. If you have suggestions or requests, please e-mail the author of the list at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, here are some other great ethics resources to check out:
- Levan Center for Humanities and Ethics at USC Dornsnife (classroom tools)
- City University of Seattle Library, Help with ethics assignments
- Queensborough Community College, Medical ethics assignments
- “Integrating Ethics into Case Study Assignments,” by Pamela A. Marshall
J Microbiol Biol Educ. 2014 Dec; 15(2): 235–237.
- SUNY Suffolk, Written Ethics Assignments, from the course Computers, Ethics, Society, and Human Values
Spanish teacher Mary Purdy and her students at Agawam High School in Massachusetts generously made this video to show us how they’re using the Top 10 list in their (Spanish language!) classroom: