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In Teaching Ethics: Instructional Models, Methods, and Modalities for University Studies, follow Elizabeth A. Luckman and C.K. Gunsalus as they explore common ethical missteps, and offer tested and effective approaches for teaching approaches to counteract them. In their chapter of Teaching Ethics: Instructional Models, Methods, and Modalities for University Studies, Luckman and Gunsalus review research on ethical decision-making and connect this to the pedagogical goals of teaching ethics to students in a classroom setting. They offer a variety of exercises focused on academic based decision-making that can be easily adapted to any class. Educators seeking to teach ethical decision-making can adapt the exercises described for any student body in any area of academic study. This chapter’s exercises are meant to challenge readers and get them to think more critically, and solidifying good habits in decision making.