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Ethical Behaviour in the E-Classroom by Cassandra Smith

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Processing thoughts: critical thinking

Abstract:

Ethical decisions are influenced by thought processes. If ways of thinking and knowing contain assumptions, biases, or errors, these variables can influence having an accurate thinking process and also learning outcomes. Students in the online environment have many opportunities to assess their thinking patterns, compose responses in the hope that they are diplomatic, and gather and evaluate data. The interaction process alone in the online classroom requires critical thinking, which means implementing logical thought to problem-solve, compose responses, and manage an array of business goals to make decisions. In the online environment, finding work times that are the most productive, composing ...

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