In our Introduction to Education course, one of our major topics is ethical behavior by teachers. Materials covered include some reading materials on ethical behavior, the National Education Association teacher ethics, and a voice-over Ppt covering the topic. The follow up assessment is a series of situations, all of which have occurred in local K-12 education settings, to which the students must describe the correct ethical pathway to take. Scores on this assignment averaged at 77%. This was disappointing, especially considering the serious nature of the topic. At the suggestion of a colleague, spurred by other CATS, and in consultation with practicing educators, I created a quick flow-path Ppt titled “Dr. T’s Ethical Decision Making Guide.” Students were required to read/listen to this and do a Discussion regarding a sample ethical situation, before doing the situation assessment. Scores rose dramatically after instituting these steps to an average of 94%.