Sarah Shannon: “Teaching for Ethical Comportment, Moral Imagination and Formation.”
This full video is only available to our members but please enjoy our preview below.
Sarah Shannon is a highly respected master teacher at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA. She gives insights about how her teaching has developed over time, offers candid appraisals of challenges in her teaching, and the influence of her major mentors on her teaching. Sarah Shannon forms an effective learning and moral community in her ethics classes; she has an in-depth knowledge of nursing and ethics, and her students appreciate her level of mastery. Her students are engaged in active dialogue in her classes, and offer their insights how her teaching has changed them as nurses. She engages in consciousness raising for students as she teaches them to reflect on their nursing practice.
Approx. Running Time 43 min.