Event Title

IRB Review and Cluster Pedagogical Techniques

Abstract

Institutional review boards (IRBs) are facing large and small scope ethical challenges at Plymouth State University as we increasingly engage in Cluster Pedagogy. This 45-minute session will review common ethical issues emerging in classroom-based projects, federal human subjects protections regulations (45 CFR 46), discuss issues related to active and passive parental informed consent in New Hampshire, maintenance of confidentiality in a digital age, and conflict of interest as it relates to a cluster-based learning environment. In addition to the aforementioned important IRB issues, attendees will review several classroom activities that prepare students for future project-based learning endeavors, while not reaching the level of IRB review.

Location

Merrill Place B

Start Date

1-16-2019 10:45 AM

End Date

1-16-2019 11:45 AM

Description

Cluster Pedagogy

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Jan 16th, 10:45 AM Jan 16th, 11:45 AM

IRB Review and Cluster Pedagogical Techniques

Merrill Place B

Institutional review boards (IRBs) are facing large and small scope ethical challenges at Plymouth State University as we increasingly engage in Cluster Pedagogy. This 45-minute session will review common ethical issues emerging in classroom-based projects, federal human subjects protections regulations (45 CFR 46), discuss issues related to active and passive parental informed consent in New Hampshire, maintenance of confidentiality in a digital age, and conflict of interest as it relates to a cluster-based learning environment. In addition to the aforementioned important IRB issues, attendees will review several classroom activities that prepare students for future project-based learning endeavors, while not reaching the level of IRB review.