The Ethical Capability curriculum explores what it means for both an individual and society to live well. Students examine what we ought to do, how we ought to live, what kind of society we should have and what kind of person one should be.
This exploration strengthens students’ capacity to make decisions informed by an understanding of the values, principles, concepts and ideas that underpin different assumptions, and an ability to analyse and evaluate these.
Learning and teaching support
The Ethical Capability curriculum aims to develop knowledge, understandings and skills to enable students to:
- analyse and evaluate ethical issues, recognising areas of contestability
- identify the bases of ethical principles and ethical reasoning
- engage with the challenges of managing ethical decision making and action for individuals and groups
- cultivate open-mindedness and reasonableness.
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