Presentation on theme: "Tim Leyson First Year Advisor, Symmes Hall EDL 301 Spring 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Tim Leyson First Year Advisor, Symmes Hall EDL 301 Spring 2011
Where do values come from? Where do your residents values come from? How can you learn your residents’ values Can you think of any group values your corridor or hall might have?
Ethics ◦ A set of principles of right conduct; a theory or a system of moral values. The rules or standards governing the conduct of a person or the members of a profession (The American Heritage College Dictionary, 1993). Moral ◦ Pertaining to man’s natural sense of what is right and proper (Webster’s, 1924). That which is good or right, such as a good person or a right action (Thiroux, 1986). Principle ◦ A basic truth, law, or assumption. A rule or standard, esp. of good behavior. A quality or an element determining intrinsic nature or characteristic behavior (The American Heritage College Dictionary, 1993). Value ◦ That which is worthy of esteem for its own sake; that which has intrinsic worth (Oxford English Dictionary). A principle, standard, or quality regarded as worthwhile or desirable (Webster ’s II New Riverside University Dictionary, 1984).
Check it at the door! Know yourself Difficult Residents Balance