TBL in Social, Ethical & Legal Responsibilities of Life scientists

Simon Whitby, Malcolm Dando (University of Bradford) and Shamin Patel (Linnaeus University Sweden)

The active collaborative learning for student success project ran from March 2017 – February 2019 and has now concluded. This website serves as a historic legacy and is no longer regularly updated.

Why we took this approach

Toward a dual-use bioethics pedagogy: ethical, legal and social implications for science, technology and engineering

What we did

We combined TBL with Threshold Concepts and linked normative with applied ethics in bioethics through case studies in dual-use

The challenges we faced

Lack of technological support

Feedback and Reflections

32% increase from iRAT to tRAT

A student said: β€œIt was pleasure to participate and challenge my thinking in the workshop.”

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