What do we teach and how do we teach it? Popa examines how we teach ethics, and provides an example that aligns what we know about developing ethical leadership with pedagogical approaches complementary to that end. Popa introduces us to the increasingly common (in the education field) curricular approach of backward design. Focused on building curriculum from the student back to the context, backward design offers the opportunity to align curriculum and pedagogy with the student’s development, as well as further the effort to balance in-class learning with experiential learning. Indeed, backward design’s individual consideration implicitly models the transformational and servantundefinedleader relationships advocated in a deeply integrated ethics leadership curriculum.