Presentation on theme: "Family Secrets Problem Based Learning. Family Secrets Part 1: A Family Disease Part 2: The Test Part 3: A Difficult Choice Part 4: Testing for the HD."— Presentation transcript:
Family Secrets Problem Based Learning
Family Secrets Part 1: A Family Disease Part 2: The Test Part 3: A Difficult Choice Part 4: Testing for the HD Gene Part 5: Making Decisions
Team Roles Secretary Recorder Spokesperson
In Part I, you will Learn about a family with a history of a genetic disease. Listen to a short reading. Make lists of Facts and Questions. Practice brainstorming rules.
Class read aloud Part 1: “A Family Disease” Listen to reading On the sheet provided write Facts that you know from the reading Develop Questions that you have
Family Secrets Part 2, you will Read another short narrative List new Facts and Questions Categorize Questions
Family Secrets Groups have 1 minute to go over the case of the Lanahan Family What is the dilemma?
Categorize Questions Risks and Cause (RC) Symptoms and Prognosis (SP) Diagnosis and Treatment (DT) Family Issues (not researchable) (FI)
Topical Barometer If you were Jenny, would you have genetic testing for Huntington’s disease? Put your dot on the Topical Barometer continuum. ________________________________________________ Definitely Maybe Not Sure Maybe Definitely Yes Yes No No
Teams organize for research Assign each team member a different category of Questions Each team member will become a “Category Specialist” Write the heading of your category on the Individual Research Log
Jigsaw 1 Category Specialists meet in groups to share research Specials go back to their groups and share information Diagnosis And Treatment Family IssuesRisks and Cause Symptoms And Prognosis
Huntington Gene on chromosome 4
Family Secrets Part 3 A Difficult Choice
Class read aloud Part 3: A Difficult Choice Class read aloud Part 3: A Difficult Choice Listen to reading Make a List of the Facts
An Ethical Issue or Dilemma …. a situation that requires a decision or an action that involves competing ethical principles and values. …. a situation that requires a decision or an action that involves competing ethical principles and values.an
Rank each principle in order of importance to you Right to decide (Autonomy) Do what is best (Beneficence) Do no harm(Nonmaleficence) Do what is fair (Justice)
Rank your “top 3” values Actions to relieve the suffering of others Compassion Keeping a secret Confidentiality Keeping a promise; fulfilling an obligation Fidelity Treating others as you would like to be treated Golden Rule Telling the truth Honesty Conforming to your own ethical principles/moral values Integrity Keeping from public view Privacy Preserving the dignity of self and others Respect
Ethical Decision-Making Process: By yourself…. Based on the chart and the ethical principles and values that are important to you…. Based on the chart and the ethical principles and values that are important to you…. What do you think is the best course of action?
Modified Topical Barometer #2 If you were Jenny, would you have genetic testing for Huntington’s disease? ________________________________________________ DefinitelyDefinitely Yes No Yes No
Reflection Questions Barometer Conclusions and Conversation: What conclusions would you make after seeing both Huntington Disease: What is it Topical Barometers? If you shifted your position on the Topical Barometer, explain why.
Homework Have students read and fill out the Informed Consent Form