by William Roufberg
About the Book
Ethical Decision-Making combines ethical studies with short skits in order for students to roleplay different scenarios and learn to develop a heightened sense of moral reasoning to make the most ethical decisions in their day-to-day life. With a strong sense of morality and ethics, students will also learn more about themselves, who they are, what they believe, how they come to their decisions and why. Beginning with a well outlined guide to the history of ethics and definitions and differences between ethical and nonethical, moral and immoral, Roufberg provides a strong foundations for students to get the most out of the roleplaying exercises and to carry their new sense of morality and ethics well into adulthood.
About the Author
William Roufberg is ninety-five years old and currently retired after teaching history at Princeton High School for thirty years and then spending twenty-three years teaching at Rutgers University. Previous to teaching, he was a navy signalman in World War II for two and a half years. He and his wife enjoy spending their time traveling all across the world.