Perceived adequate education in ethics: A way to tap into ethical Social Networking Sites awareness?

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https://doi.org/10.7577/seminar.3828

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teacher education, social media, ethical dilemmas

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Teachers are role models when it comes to ethics both on- and offline. Teacher education on- and offline situations and issues that may be of ethical concernThis study first investigates perceived adequacy of ethics education. Second, it investigates how perceived usefulness of ethics education relates to how aware preservice teachers’ report to be regarding own and others’ negative SNS experiences. The rPreservice teachers who felt that ethics education had prepared them well for ethical challenges as professional teachers, ecognise and detect own experiences can psituations and issues as professional teachers

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Brita Bjørkelo, Norwegian Police University College

Professor, Norwegian Police University College, Oslo, Norway/Department of Education, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway

Ingrid Helleve, University of Bergen

Professor, Department of Education, University of Bergen

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2021-04-16

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Bjørkelo, B. ., Almås, A. G., & Helleve, I. (2021). Perceived adequate education in ethics: A way to tap into ethical Social Networking Sites awareness?. Seminar.net, 17(01). https://doi.org/10.7577/seminar.3828

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