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Through both scandal and surprise, ethical concerns have entered center stage. Graduates must not only learn the technical complexities of their fields, but also weigh the impact of their work on society. The #ethicalCS movement pushes students' boundaries personally and professionally. It's a different look than leading students to formulas and correct answers. In this episode, we learn more from educators who are bringing such critical reflections into the classroom.
For more reading on the topic of ethical cs check out:
• Teach Ethics Curricula via Casey Fiesler: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jWIrA8jHz5fYAW4h9CkUD8gKS5V98PDJDymRf8d9vKI/edit#gid=0
• The Ethical Engine: https://medium.com/bucknell-hci/the-ethical-engine-integrating-ethical-design-into-intro-to-computer-science-4f9874e756af
• Ethics in Education Context: http://cmci.colorado.edu/~cafi5706/sigcse2018_ethics.pdf
• #ethicalcs on Twitter: https://twitter.com/search?q=%23ethicalcs&src=typd
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