This module is a resource for lecturers
Additional teaching tools
This section includes links to relevant teaching aides such as PowerPoint slides and video material, that could help the lecturer teach the issues covered by the Module. Lecturers can adapt the slides and other resources to their needs.
- Integrity Management in the Public Sector: the Dutch Approach . » Chapters 8-12 of this publication are suggested for lecturers of a three-hour module who are not public sector specialists because they present organizational integrity systems in different public sector organizations. These cases show how integrity management processes can be implemented in practice. In the case of longer courses, the presentation of the approach and the discussion of some of the cases is also included in the suggested class sequence.
- The Fix Rate: A Key Metric for Transparency and Accountability . » This publication can help lecturers of the three-hour modules who are not public sector specialists because it shows how integrity management processes can be implemented in practice. In the case of longer courses, the presentation of the approach and the discussion of some of the cases is also included in the suggested class sequence.
- Resources about Integrity Pacts . » These publications describe how governments can establish contracts with civil society stakeholders to assure integrity of project implementation. It can be used in the longer stand-alone-course together with the previous publication.
- Ethics Unwrapped: Cases . » On this site, many short cases can be found that can be used instead of the cases included in the Module. The site is also an excellent source for short and clear explanations of key terms and good short videos.
- Eagleman: How do I decide? » The video is a lecture of David Eagleman about decision making. It can be assigned to students to watch before the class. Watching this video can be very important in the academic environment where the education is focused on rational theories and approaches because it calls students' attention to the psychological nature of human reactions and decisions. It can help students to understand value-building strategies, especially the so-called soft components of integrity management.
- Integrity Action: Just Do your Job! » The video presents a dilemma situation in public service. The video has two different endings but both show that in organizations that lack integrity of operation staff members are defenceless and can get into situations where they have no good choices. It is also excellent material for asking students to identify elements breaching the integrity of persons or the integrity of the organization. The long list assembled by participants can be clustered into thematic groups.
- Ethics Unwrapped. » On the site, many short videos can be found that provide clear explanation of key terms. They are excellent for classes where students speak good English or if resources are available for translation. Other pages of this site provide short cases that can be used in the Module if the lecturer aims to substitute the cases offered.
- Robin Williams - Conformity - Dead Poets' Society. » A short scene from the famous film Dead Poets' Society that can be used after a break to focus participants' attention on the class and introduce the discussion of ethics management.