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도덕성 발달을 위한 체육교육의 수업 모형 : An Instructional Model to Promote Moral Development through School Physical Education

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dc.identifier.citation사대논총, Vol.52, pp. 107-127-
dc.description.abstractPhysical Education and sports have long been regarded as important mediums for the development of moral character and behavior since morality and its development have been a major concern of schools. It is generally agreed among school teachers and practitioners that much progress have been made in thinking about and studying ethical and moral matters in education and physical education. Much of writings done by leading scholars in physical education remind us to not be so exclusive in our rightful concern about the unique contribution of physical

education in de외ing with moral and charater education through the subject matter.

The purpose of the paper is to review selected literatures in moral education and

to give guidelines and theoretical instructional models for teachers and practitioners in schools. Kohlbergs cognitive-developmental approaches to moral development is discussed, along with other approaches to moral education. Reviews and

discussions in greater depth are made in four areas of considerations to development of the programs in moral education: (a) the nature of moral dilemmas, (b) the nature of the environment, (c) the role of the teachers, and (d)instructional strategies. Guiding principles and models based on Kohlbergian techniques of moral education are given for school teachers and practitioners in physical education.
dc.description.sponsorship본 연구는 서울대 발전기금 1995년도 Lemix 학술연구비의 지원에 의해 이루어졌음.-
dc.publisher서울대학교 사범대학-
dc.title도덕성 발달을 위한 체육교육의 수업 모형-
dc.title.alternativeAn Instructional Model to Promote Moral Development through School Physical Education-
dc.typeSNU Journal-
dc.contributor.AlternativeAuthorKang, Sinbok-
dc.citation.journaltitleJournal of the College of Education (사대논총)-
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