Re: ethics in action
Pat & Mike Sempsrott (sempsrot@PEGANET.COM)
Tue, 29 Oct 1996 22:49:28 -0500
At 08:18 AM 10/29/96 -0600, you wrote:
>One of the topics that the Cub Roundtable attendees stated that they would
>like to see is Ethics In Action. Does anyone have any suggestions on
>how to present this and what *you* would like to know/see.
>I hate to admit it, but my den has only done about two of the Ethics
>in Action and I can see that it could be a great resource and is probably
>I'm in the process of reviewing the book and know that I can do some of
>the exercises with the group, but I'm wondering of that will be enough.
>I am going to ask our training chair if she would be interested in being
>our guest speaker on this subject, but I still would like to get opinons
>from this forum.
>Thanks in advance!
>cubmaster/webelos den leader
Last year at one Roundtable I saw staff present 2 Ethics in Action modules,
simply by using, hands on, one of the activities described in each, then
explaining how it would be followed up in the den, with discussion
questions. We had a lot of fun with a mock trial that was one of the
modules. Since I am now on roundtable staff for our district, attendees can
expect to see at least one or two modules presented each year, or at least
I'll try to get it in there as I believe that these are an invaluable
resource for dealing with potential or existing problems within a den, or
even just helping the boys to be more understanding of themselves and others.
ACM, DLC, tiger den coach, etc., etc., etc.,
Southwest Florida Council
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City