M7.2 Activity: Visualizing Your Ethical Toolkit

The work you have done on developing your SmartArts over the past seven weeks has led to this point: finalizing your personal ethical decision-making toolkit. Think of everything youve done so far:

Module 1: You created a visual representation of your default mode of ethical decision-making and its relationship to two other possible modes (virtues, duties/principles, consequences).
Module 2: You visualized the type of professional-client relationship that you are likely to have in your profession, and explored it in terms of your ethical commitment to your clients well-being.
Module 3: Using Meyers model from Chapter 2, you created a flowchart of a workable ethical decision-making process.
Module 4: You began to personalize Meyers model, adapting it to your own purposes, after testing it against a movies plot and character.
Module 5: You expressed the relationship between principles and ethical decision-making in a visual representation of your individual moral character.
Modules 6: You should have thought of Meyers model in a group setting.
Now you will use that experience to finalize a visual toolkit that assembles all of your key takeaways in one place.

Assemble all of your SmartArt work to date. This is your final, culminating SmartArt ethical toolkit.

Plan your final toolkit. Ask yourself, what do I need? Do I need my moral manifesto? Do I need to illustrate the type of relationship that I expect to have with clients? How do the modes of ethical reasoning fit in? What have I learned from applying and testing Meyers model in the past few weeks? Do I need all seven steps? How will I use them? Are some more important than others? Are some parts of each step more applicable to what I will be doing?

Create your toolkit in SmartArt. Bearing in mind the tools that you will include and the process and/or relationships that you want to show, make sure to choose the most suitable template or style. Review the different templates in SmartArt, as there are a number that allow for a reasonable amount of complexity. If you use more than one, thats okay, but dont reuse what youve already done. Create something that you can consult down the road by integrating what youve learned into one or more SmartArt designs

Important smart Art need to be done as well