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Programmed learning aid for the development of morality

Daniel M. Wegner

Programmed learning aid for the development of morality

by Daniel M. Wegner

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Published by Learning Systems Company in Homewood, ILL .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDaniel M. Wegner ; coeditors Charles N. Cofer, Hiram E. Fitzgerald ; programming editor, Roger H. Hermanson.
SeriesIrwin programmed learning aid series
ContributionsCofer, Charles N., Fitzgerald, HiramE., Hermanson, Roger H.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22726273M
ISBN 100256017409
OCLC/WorldCa2788012

The current status of the United States as an "immoral" society has a direct correlation to the lack of serious attention given to moral education in the classroom. Morality, and what constitutes morality education, is a topic of concern for parents as well as educators. Morality, as a term, incorporates the social, economic, and political biases of the society that defines it.   A brief but deep review of various approaches to understanding morality. For me, the most interesting was "project of diffusing relativism" and significantly weakening utilitarian attitudes towards morality. The one thing that other commenters also noticed is that the book is relatively hard to s: 5.

Morality and ethics are part of a way of life and cannot be separated from all other aspects of life experiences (Kang & Glassman, ). Moral education aims at promoting students’ moral development and character formation. René Descartes, considered to be the father of modern philosophy and mathematics, held that learning is a personal quest comprised of external worldly experiences and internal ponderings. It is very important to gain knowledge through questioning supposed truths, and this “enlightenment of cognition” is individual and personal.

peaceful co-existence, progress and development may be eroded from the society. It is on this premise that this paper takes a critical look in the values and relevance of morality and moral instructions in the society. As a result of the role morality plays in the society, it is recommended that moral instructions should be. moral realism that, according to it, morality has no source, and so if we are moral realists, we must believe in brute, inexplicable moral truths. Since, as I will try to show, anyone who believes in moral truths at all must believe that there are brute and inexplicable ones, this is no objection to moral realism. 1.


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Read books and watch stories with various moral lessons and check for your child's understanding of how he can generalize that lesson to his own life. Monitor closely what your child is exposed to. TV shows, books, or video games that violate moral codes without teaching a lesson may have a negative influence on your child.

Fourth, learning partners play an important role in connecting the research and learning from an aid program to wider debates in the aid industry. This is crucial to ensuring that, as a community of practice, the aid industry is continually learning from each program. One helpful way to think about these roles is as a ‘learning journey.’.

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References: Kohlberg, Lawrence (). Essays on Moral Development, Vol. I: The Philosophy of Moral Development. Morality and law are not the same although of course they overlap. Law might be thought of as a public codification of morality for a culture, although certain laws in that system, or even the system itself, might be deemed immoral, e.g., apartheid.

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