Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD) by Prof. Georg Lind

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Filip Bardziński
Marta Szopka




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Bardziński, F., & Szopka, M. (2011). Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD) by Prof. Georg Lind. ETHICS IN PROGRESS, 2(2), 141—150. https://doi.org/10.14746/eip.2011.2.8
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  2. Lind, G. (2002). Ist Moral Lehrbar? Ergebnisse der modernen moralpsychologischen Forschung. Berlin: Logos-Verlag.
  3. Lind, G. (2008a). Teaching students to speak ant to listen to others: Cultivating Moral Democratic Competencies. In: Doing Democracy and Social Justice in Education: Political Literacy for All Students, D.E. Lund & P.R. Carr (eds.), New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  4. Lind, G. (2008b). The meaning and measurement of moral judgement competence. A dual-aspect model. In: Contemporary Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives on Moral Development and Education, Daniel Fasko Jr., Wayne Willis (Eds.), Creskill: Hampton Press.
  5. Lind, G. (2009a). Checklist for Educative Moral Dilemmas. In: G. Lind, Moral ist Lehrbar, München: Oldenbourg.
  6. Lind, G. (2009b). Favourable learning environments for moral development – A multiple intervention study with nearly 3.000 students in a higher education context, San Diego (congress-lecture)
  7. Schillinger, M. M. (2006). Learning environment and moral development: How university education fosters moral judgment competence in Brazil and two German-speaking countries, Aachen: Shaker-Verlag.