Personal Ethics

Experiential Learning #1 is meant to evaluate your own personal ethics in light of our study of morality.

Your personal ethics narrative can also be called your personal credo or your personal ethics statement. It is a statement that articulates your beliefs, values, and principles. These can drive your decisions and actions and illustrate your own views on morality. Your personal ethics/morality may be informed by religious, political, and/or philosophical perspectives that describe the way the world should work and what defines the good in life. Your reflections should include at least two references to course material.

Experiential Learning #1 is worth 50 points based on the in the following areas:

• Quality (5 points)
o Is your video formatted to the guidelines? Is your video done purposefully (and not rushed)? Is your video 3 – 4 minutes long?
• Timeliness (5 points)
o Did you submit your experiential learning opportunity by the due date?
• Coherence (10 points)
o Does your video present arguments which follow logically?
• Relevance to Course (10 points)
o Is your video demonstrative of the course? Have you cited (quoted) at least two references to course books?
• Accuracy (10 points)
o Did you use material from the course appropriately?
• Comprehensiveness (10 points)
o Have you addressed all aspects of the experiential learning opportunity?

General Recording Guidelines

  1. Frame Yourself – Find a good place to take the video. Don’t cut the top of your head off or focus only on your mouth.
  2. Clean Background – Don’t have a distracting background. Try to find a blank wall to sit in front of to avoid distracting your audience.
  3. Reduce Outside Noises – Use a microphone. Built-in microphones work pretty well on laptops and other devices. When recording, make sure that you are in a quiet room with little echo.

Free Recording Resources

  1. Laptop – There are many recording programs that are available on laptops. Zoom is an easy tool to which you probably already have access. Use whatever you are comfortable with.
  2. Mobile device – While not entirely recommended, unless you have a method to get a steady recording, videos should follow the same basic guidelines as above. Be sure to make sure your video is horizontal to avoid Vertical Video Syndrome.

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