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중학교 도덕과교육의 내실화를 위한 교실수업외의 보조방안 연구: 도덕실 운영,봉사활동 및 학부모 협조
A Study of Supplementary Out-of-classroom Instructional Strategies for the Moral Education in the Middle School: Establishment of Moral Education Room, Use of Service Activities and Support from Parents

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Authors
정세구; 서강식; 오석종; 차우규
Issue Date
1996
Publisher
서울대학교 사범대학
Citation
사대논총, Vol.53, pp. 39-79
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to develop some supplementary out-of-classroom

instructional strategies for the moral education in the middle school, i.e.,

establishment of moral education room, use of service activities and support from parents. The Research method of this study includes interview studies plus document

analyses. The researchers developed some supplementary out-of-classroom instructional methods for the moral education upon the interviews with school teachers who were teaching the subject of moral education in the middle school. Various teaching materials being used now in such developed countries as the U.S. were investigated and analyzed by the researchers in an effort to utilize those foreign models of moral teaching to develop some effective instructional strategies which would be appropriate for our school situation.

Through the process of this study, the researchers have drawn several conclusions as it follows: First, teaching the young students moral values would be hard enough even with strong expository teaching in the classroom. Without free and open moral

environment which could be endowed to students only in moral education room,

the influence of their formal classroom learning will be very limited in view of the affective achievement. Second, educating students to be the kind of people anyone would like to have as friends and neighbors will be very difficult without providing enough real experiences through which students have attended ample service activities in the society. Third, today ’s parents are often unsure about what values and attitudes are appropriate for their children and are consequently insecure about exercising their authority. A successful strategy is to create a variety of opportunities for parents to join a moral education effort in cooperation with those teachers in charge of moral education in schools. Multifaceted parent participation in moral education program in the school is urgently needed.
ISSN
1226-4636
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/72356
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College of Education (사범대학)Center for Educational Research (교육종합연구원)교육연구와 실천Journal of the College of Education (師大論叢) vol.52/53 (1996)
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