At ARRTI we offer instruction in formats that enable and encourage students at KIT to critically reflect on ethical questions related to their fields of study. In doing so we seek to lay the groundwork for responsible action in future professional environments. Our teaching programs are interdisciplinary and include co-teaching formats in cooperation with various KIT study programs. We also work together with the KIT House of Competence (HoC) and the Zentrum für angewandte Kulturwissenschaften und Studium Generale (ZAK) to make our courses available to a broad student audience. In all our teaching we emphasize student engagement as a central didactic element, meaning that students actively participate in the development, testing, and evaluation of innovative teaching formats and content.
We critically reflect on and evaluate our teaching programs in order to continually advance our didactic knowledge. We also present these systematically developed insights to a research community interested in didactic questions in workshops, conferences and scientific publications.
Lectures, seminars, projects and workshops - ARRTI's teaching offer in the winter term 2021/2022.
Date: Oct 21 - Feb 22more
Workshop on teaching environmental, societal, and ethical dimensions of technological change.
Date: 2021/07/27 - 2021/07/28more
ARRTI Lunch Seminar
for research and teaching personnel at KIT, summer term 2021
Start: May 27th 2021more
The volume Theories of the Self and Autonomy in Medical Ethics engages in a critical discussion on how to respect and promote patients’ autonomy in difficult cases such as palliative care and end-of-life decisions.
Organized by Michael Kühler & Veselin Mitrović
elisabeth does∂ kit edu
|Train the Trainers and Co-Teaching|
||PD Dr. phil.||
michael kuehler∂ kit edu
|Ars Reflectionis and Co-Teaching|
marcel krueger∂ kit edu
Karlstraße 11, Raum 312
|Train the Trainers and website administration|
Director for Teaching
|Prof. Dr.||+49 721 608-43492
michael schefczyk∂ kit edu
Deputy of Prof. Dr. Schefczyk
christian seidel∂ kit edu