Assessment on the Role of Teacher in Moral Development of Children
Author(s):
Sarita Kumari, Dr N Samuel Babu
Keywords:
Moral Development, Children, Teachers, Schools, Primary Education, Morals, Valus, Ethics, etc.
Abstract
Children should not grow up in a vacuum. Their moral learning is influenced by their relationships with family, home, education, culture, and society. Schools play a critical part in the development of potential people as spiritual beings. Citizenship education, character education, spiritual education, and morals education are also terms used to describe this. The moral nature of teaching has been explored under a variety of themes, and ability sets for moral technical teachers have been developed into typologies. Orientations to moral sensitivity, moral reasoning, moral motivation, and positive conduct, as well as teachers' professional ethics and principles, are typical examples. A teacher is supposed to have a clear understanding of the subject(s) taught, as well as pedagogy and learning psychology, but more importantly, a teacher should be emotionally mature, compliant with himself/herself, a socially attractive individual, and capable of educative contact with children. The function of teachers in the moral growth of primary school children is examined in this essay.
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Unique Paper ID: 151329

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 26 - 30
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