Perspectives in moral and values education by Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Moral Education Project.

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Published by Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in [Toronto] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Moral education.,
  • Values -- Study and teaching.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 155-159.

Book details

StatementJane Bradley...[et al.].
ContributionsBradley-Cameron, Jane, 1947-
The Physical Object
Pagination159 p. :
Number of Pages159
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18368285M

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The major purpose of this book is to set out some of the key issues and debates relating to the importance of values in education and of education in values. After an introductory chapter about the concept of values and values education, part 1 provides a variety of perspectives on the values that underpin contemporary education.

The introduction and chapters in part 1 include: (1)Cited by: What are the main factors affecting moral values in terms of youth perspectives. Literature Review Previous Studies Leming, J., "Curricular Effectiveness in Moral/Values Education: A Review of Research", Journal of Moral Education, Vol.

10(3), The research was on the curriculum effectiveness of moral/values education Size: KB. To illustrate the meaningful knowledge elements that could be better articulated, different perspectives on moral values in teacher education are discussed including the transfer-,clarification Author: Wiel Veugelers.

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Values--those intangible guideposts--serve as standards and perceptual screens which assist us in selecting our priorities for reflection and action. Our quest is to clarify, compare, and form values expressed in defensible and consistent value judgements and actions.5/5(1).

the individual level, values are internalized social representations or moral beliefs that people appeal to as the ultimate rationale for their actions. Though individuals in a society are likely to differ in the relative importance assigned to a particular value; values are an internalization of sociocultural goalsFile Size: 60KB.

Based on a review study (Veugelers, in press) the paper will give an overview of goals and practices of moral values in teacher education.

The distinction made between the different perspectives is inspired by the work on teacher education of Liston and Zeichner, Aloni’s philosophical foundations of humanistic education and our own work on different ways of teaching values.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers and reports of the National Conference on Moral Education held in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Feb.organised by the School of Educational Studies, University of Port Harcourt, and sponsored by the Government of Rivers State and others.

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Chapter 9. Moral Education. The preceding five chapters have dealt with the proper place of religion in particular courses.

Moral education, however, is generally understood to cut across the curriculum and is appropriately integrated into all courses as well as into the extra curricular activities and ethos of schools. In this chapter we will introduce these philosophies and then explore their perspectives on moral education.

More specifically, we will introduce each major philosophy, the moral values it promotes, the goals of moral cultivation it sets, and the pathways through which one can reach these goals, as well as major implications for moral education.

VALUES EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS Issues and Challenges Brian V. Hill Emeritus Professor of Education, Murdoch University When I was invited to give this keynote address, I was moved to ask myself how long I had been writing articles about values education.

I have to confess that I have been at it since   This agenda setting text explores a broad range of value perspectives and their impact on and contribution to social work thinking on ethics. Including new perspectives, such as Islam, and drawing on international contributors, this is essential reading for all social work students studying ethics and values.

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Table of Contents. Introduction. Part 1: Values: General Theoretical Perspectives from the Perspective of Cognitive-Experimental Self-Theory Seymour Epstein ions of Development in Moral Values Janusz Reykowski dual and Societal (Group) Values in a Motivational Perspective and Their Role in Benevolence and Harmdoing Ervin Staub Part 2: Development of Positive Values 4.

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