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The Spider's Song - Teaching Ethics to Children

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THE SPIDER'S SONG - TEACHING ETHICS TO CHILDREN

The ethics of our decisions shape the world we are making for our children. In this thought provoking discussion, Dr Simon Longstaff, Executive Director of The Ethics Centre, co-founder of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas and author of The Spiders Song, offers engaging approaches to teaching children how to think and behave ethically. Australia’s leading authority on ethics provides guidelines on how parents might better understand and transmit the value of nature, humanity, friendship and acceptance to their children.

Date: Thursday 6 July 2017

Time: 5:45pm complimentary welcome drink and viewing of `Spiders - Alive and Deadly' exhibition, 6:30pm Talk followed by Q & A and book signing.

Cost: $20 General Admission, $18 Concession, $16 AM Members (includes access to `Spiders - Alive & Deadly exhibition' and welcome drink on arrival)


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Book signing: `The Spider's Song' and `Everyday Ethics' by Dr Simon Longstaff will be on sale at the Museum Shop on the evening.

Image: Abram Powell (c) Australian Museum



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