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De Marzio, Darryl M. – Journal of Education, 2006
The need for care of the self as part of moral education is discussed with instances from Plato, Alcibiades and teachings of Socrates.
Descriptors: Ethics, Ethical Instruction, Caregiver Role, Self Management
Lehr, Donna; Katzman, Lauren; Clinton, LeRoy; Sullivan, Eileen E. – Journal of Education, 2006
The need for developing a curriculum that imparts moral education to disabled students by tapping their inherent talent is discussed.
Descriptors: Values Education, Disabilities, Ethical Instruction, Social Values
Sullivan, Eileen C. – Journal of Education, 2006
The significance of education in physical fitness and sporting on students character is discussed.
Descriptors: Personality Traits, Values Education, Physical Fitness, Physical Education
Tate, Philip M. – Journal of Education, 2006
The role of teachers in the social, personal and moral development of students apart from education is discussed.
Descriptors: Moral Development, Values Education, Social Development, Personality Development
Learner, Bernice – Journal of Education, 2006
The evolution of character education as part of curriculum over the centuries is discussed with focus on literature on psychological and ethical issues.
Descriptors: Values Education, Ethics, Ethical Instruction, Psychology
Auciello, Joseph – Journal of Education, 2006
The impact of English teachers' personal behavior and English literary works on the moral education of students is discussed.
Descriptors: English Teachers, Ethical Instruction, Moral Values, Values Education
Zook, Douglas – Journal of Education, 2006
The significance held in a cooperative approach to character education since ages and its ethical impact on students is discussed.
Descriptors: Values Education, Ethics, Instructional Effectiveness, Cooperative Planning
Ellenwood, Stephan – Journal of Education, 2006
The contribution of various educators, including William Holmes McGuffey, in developing a character education-based curriculum in the United States is discussed. The role of teachers in moral education of students too is described.
Descriptors: Values Education, Ethical Instruction, Review (Reexamination), Curriculum Development
Whittier, David – Journal of Education, 2006
The ethics followed in the use of Internet by Boston Public Schools is discussed.
Descriptors: Ethics, Urban Schools, Internet, Public Schools
Journal of Education, 2006
The trend in ethical teaching in public schools in the United States since the World War II is analyzed.
Descriptors: Ethics, Values Education, Ethical Instruction, Public Schools
Cronin, Joseph M.; Bachorz, Patricia M. – Journal of Education, 2005
Academic leaders are not sure how to deal with for-profit universities, especially those that offer degrees online. One perspective is that they may disappear, victims of criticism, fraud, and abuse. However, thoughtful analysts believe that an Internet revolution is transforming higher education worldwide. If that is true, educators had better…
Descriptors: Proprietary Schools, Colleges, Higher Education, Distance Education
Reich, Robert – Journal of Education, 2005
American high school and university students perform community service in record numbers. According to the most recent survey of incoming university freshman, more than 80 percent of students undertook volunteer work in high school. While volunteering is on the rise, political interest and engagement among youth is declining. These two trends lead…
Descriptors: Volunteers, Youth, Service Learning, Program Design
Researching, Teaching, and Professional Development: Contributions to the Improvement of Social Quality
Spierings, Frans; Notten, Ton – Journal of Education, 2005
Adult and continuing education requires continuing education of educators, a highly self-referential issue. In this article the authors focus on "urban educators," a very extensive group of those involved in urban educational programmes (school, parental education, living environment, vocational preparation, and the like). Due to an increase in…
Descriptors: Indo European Languages, Urban Renewal, Continuing Education, Educational Change
Healea, Christopher Daryl – Journal of Education, 2005
Character education in higher education is a challenging enterprise. There are concerns regarding academic freedom, debates about the role of the university, and criticisms of purported indoctrination. Character education initiatives in the past have often erred by neglecting what is known about individual human development, at one extreme, or by…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Personality, Campuses, Values Education
Lawrence, Joshua – Journal of Education, 2005
To flourish means to grow luxuriantly, to thrive, to attain success, and to prosper. Both plants and humans flourish, and seminal thinkers have drawn connections between human and floral flourishing. Homer, Plato, and William James use floral imagery to describe their highest aspirations for human blossoming. In Aldous Huxley's dystopia,…
Descriptors: Articulation (Education), Psychometrics, Floriculture, Educational Researchers