Cultural Values Of Moral Education

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Moral Education Moral education plays an important role in life, which is discussed in the field of psychology by Piaget, Kohlberg and Gilligan. These individuals became interested in how during different ages and stages in life children saw situations through different moral glasses and had different moral reasoning’s. (Snowman, McCown, & Biehler, 2012) Some people believe morals are something to be taught at home. While others, such as Mr. Cavazos, feels that having some moral education taught at school will definitely help reinforce the teachings done at home, and that for the most part parents would want to have their sons and daughters become professionals in any field they would want to pursue. (Cavazos, 2016) As far as education is concerned when it comes to morals and citizenship, politicians and educators deem it in high demand. The article explains that having moral education is for the students to correct themselves using to their cultural beliefs and to gain the most from their life journey having found their identity. (Wardekker, 2004) Once the student is able to find their own identity and take responsibility for who they are along with their actions, it may make it easier for them to be able to understand and respect others. Willem Wardekker’s educational …show more content…
However, what can be taught are forms of respect, taking responsibility for ones actions, the importance of honesty, and being fair. The top 3 things Mr. Cavazos says he intends to teach his students include self-recognition, socially accepted behaviors and relevance. (Cavazos, 2004) This fits well with what Wardekker states in his review about building “identity stories’ about our own behavior and our relation to the world and to ourselves, and to use these “to monitor and guide our own behavior in a heuristic way.” (Wardekker,

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