10 Feb Ethics Really Matters!
The Ethics Matters events have gone really well and have been enhanced by instant feedback and engagement made possible by Twitter.
Schools have used their Twitter accounts to communicate with students and get them excited about the event…
— Ashby RS (@AshbyRS) February 4, 2014
To let us know what they thought about the event…
Candle Conferences @puzzlevardy really enjoying Charlotte and Peter's conference today. Brilliant as usual
— Fred Clayton (@papaclayts) February 4, 2014
@puzzlevardy As always an enormously thought provoking day brilliantly delivered. My students are both smarter and better!!!
— Matthew Elton Thomas (@MatAndEltTho) February 6, 2014
— Religious Studies (@IHS_RS) February 7, 2014
In addition, more students than ever have been able to participate in our debates…
— Thivyaa (@g_thivyaa) February 6, 2014
People have been able to raise questions and get instant answers…
@framcollegers depends on ability to suffer in both human and animal. 4 singer no onto difference and life not abs. Sacred. A challenge!
— Candle Conferences (@puzzlevardy) February 7, 2014
The feedback has carried on after the events…
@puzzlevardy thank you for a great day – the conversation on the way home is lively.
— catrina davis (@menocats) February 4, 2014
— Helen Chambers (@helen_cx) February 7, 2014
Many students and teachers have chosen to follow us, taking advantage of tweets and retweets related to RS, Philosophy and Ethics and up-to-the-minute conference news as well as the ability to contact us when they want to. why not join them?
In any case, to get an honest picture of what schools and students think about our events, feel free to use our twitter account to explore the full range of comments any time.