In a matter of several hours, Hot Topics Simulations challenge students with real life ethical dilemmas that guide them to master a practical decision model.
By working to solve real world dilemmas from multiple ethical perspectives, our simulations teach participants about their own values. Students also consider how the interests of other stakeholders impact the decision process. All of the EthicsGame's simulations are easy to mix and match and can be integrated into a standing syllabus.
Everything from investor fraud to false advertising is explored in these short and engaging ethics scenarios that teach not just ethics, but stakeholder theory and The Baird Decision Model. Students learn to defend their decision making and voice their own ethical values in a comprehensive writing assignment for each dilemma.
The dilemmas are drawn from current, cutting-edge business, health care, education, and student life scenarios and include issues of integrity, privacy, plagiarism, whistle-blowing, investor relations, religious expression, conflict of interest, and others.
EthicsGame simulations teach students how to recognize ethical situations, analyze multiple options for action, identify the best solution, pause for reflection and communicate the solution to interested stakeholders. Performance data supports at least three learning outcomes: Students view an ethical dilemma from multiple perspectives Students learn to consider stakeholder impact while making an ethical decision Students articulate their own process for making a decision in a written assignment
The Hot Topics Simulations can be easily customized to specific course content. They can be used as a stand-alone instrument or in combination with the ELI and Ethics Exercises.
Find out how you can incorporate ethics and critical thinking into your curriculum. EthicsGame products can be used in Business, Health Care, Education, Nursing and Campus Life.