TeacherMy education includes a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from UC Santa Cruz and an MBA from CSU Fresno. My academic honors include: UCLA Alumni Scholar, UCSC Graduating Honors, CSUF Phi Kappa Phi, CSUF Beta Gamma Sigma, CSUF Dean’s List all semesters,... View Profile
- Total Time 1 hr, 2 min
- Lessons 8
- Exercises 26
8 Lessons in This Course
7 minFREEPhilosophy lesson 1Free4 CQ
What is ethics? Reflect on this question with teacher Todd McLeod, discover the definition of ethics, and discuss the ethical spectrum that humans move along.
5 minPhilosophy lesson 23 CQ
In this lesson, Todd McLeod discusses Kohlberg's theory of moral development, as well as how our actions relate to our motives and define our ethics.
4 minPhilosophy lesson 33 CQ
Todd McLeod discusses the threat of groupthink to society and the critical difference between law and ethics. Plus, learn how morals and ethics relate.
5 minPhilosophy lesson 43 CQ
Do you think everyone should have the same ethics? Learn about and reflect on the concept of moral relativism in this lesson on ethics and culture.
5 minPhilosophy lesson 53 CQ
Why is it important to determine right from wrong? In this lesson, learn about the importance of ethics and reflect on the state of the world without morality.
9 minPhilosophy lesson 65 CQ
In this ethics lesson with Todd McLeod, learn about prosocial behavior—thinking of others above self—and how it physiologically impacts people.
6 minPhilosophy lesson 74 CQ
In this ethics lesson, look at ethical dilemmas and reflect on times when you've had to choose between acting out of self-interest or with prosocial intentions.
17 minPersonal Growth lesson 89 CQ
Learn how to ethically tackle any moral issues you must face with Todd McLeod's expert techniques and advice on making better, prosocial decisions.
56378 min56-part Microsoft Office course216 CQ
Teachers, business professionals, and anyone else who needs to organize large amounts of data—this complete guide (for beginners!) to data analysis and visualization in Microsoft Excel is for you.
1045 min10-part Microsoft Office course27 CQ
With the basic Microsoft Excel knowledge introduced in this course, build a gradebook based on a course syllabus, format and customize data, and use formulas and functions to calculate grades!
17183 min17-part Basic Computing course98 CQ
Computers are essential tools that can increase your productivity and boost your quality of life. Improve your understanding of technology and basic computer skills with this beginner-friendly course.
10115 min10-part Basic Computing course62 CQ
Understanding how a computer stores data is an essential computer skill. In this course, computer expert Todd McLeod shares everything he knows about computer data storage and how to manage memory.
17130 min17-part Hardware course74 CQ
If you’re looking for a course that covers the basics of computer hardware in plain language, this is it! Learn everything from drives to ROM with technology and computer expert, Todd McLeod.
1264 min12-part Philosophy course38 CQ
Philosophy is one of the oldest disciplines in existence and is the vessel for discussions about miracles, gods, and religion - among other things. Over the course of 12 lessons, learn about the history, types and notable characters of the study of philosophy. Plato Footnote delves into the science of philosophy, the philosophy of science, and how separate science and philosophy really are. Learn basics like “what is philosophy?” (literally the ‘love of wisdom’) to subjects like neuroethics, metaphysics, and reductionism.with Plato Footnote
Philosophy is one of the oldest disciplines in existence and is the vessel for discussions about miracles, gods, and religion - among other things. Over the course of 12 lessons, learn about the history, types and notable characters of the study of philosophy. Plato Footnote delves into the science of philosophy, the philosophy of science, and how separate science and philosophy really are. Learn basics like “what is philosophy?” (literally the ‘love of wisdom’) to subjects like neuroethics, metaphysics, and reductionism.
354 min3-part Philosophy course29 CQ
Do humans have purpose before they exist? In this philosophy course, learn why Jean-Paul Sartre rejects essence before existence with a detailed look at his essay, "Existentialism Is a Humanism."
516 min5-part Philosophy course10 CQ
Discover the philosophical foundations of U.S. government, including the history of John Locke, Montesquieu's influence, the difference between executive order and law, and unconstitutional actions.
452 min4-part Literature course27 CQ
In this course on the intersection of philosophy and literature, examine a classic of Existentialist lit: Jean-Paul Sartre's classic short story, "The Wall."
7100 min7-part Philosophy course54 CQ
In Plato's dialogue, The Meno, Socrates and Meno discuss the nature of moral virtue, recollection, and who (if anyone) can teach virtue. Discover this key philosophy text in this course!