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학생들의 다양성을 반영한 도덕 교육 방안
A study on moral education considering the diversity of students

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Authors
이세형
Issue Date
2005
Publisher
서울대학교 사범대학
Citation
사대논총, Vol.69, pp. 89-112
Keywords
plural societythe diversity of studentsrole-takingcooperative learning
Abstract
Contemporary Korean Society has the characteristics of plural society. So there are

various types of students in schools. This diversity of students is generally caused by

the change of family-relationship from large families to nuclear families, the increase in

the number of one parent families, the noticeable distinction between the rich and the

poor, and the expansion of information society. If schools failed to manage the diversity

of students, the problems like "classroom collapse", harrassing others collectively, and

failing to adapt oneself to a plural society would be generated. So a school education,

especially a moral education should consider the diversity of students. To do this task,

the curriculum of moral education should organize the contents related with diversity of

students and society. The present curriculum of moral education doesn't consider the

diversity of students enough. And a moral teacher should consider the diversity of

students and teach students to approve others's position through role-taking and

cooperating learning. Role-taking teaching IS very useful for understanding others'

perspectives. Cooperating learning Increases the interaction among students. Role-taking

teaching and Cooperating learning would helpful to decrease the conflict among

students.
ISSN
1226-4636
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/71617
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