This book takes a pragmatic approach to the controversial issue of ethics education in schools.
With reference to the national curriculum, it addresses the big picture questions such as what ethical values should be taught, how and by whom.
It also drills down to the nuts and bolts such as parental versus school responsibilities, religion and the secular society, social diversity and inclusion, and the fundamental aims of school education.
Teaching Ethics in Schools argues for a problem-solving approach to moral inquiry and collaborative learning, and provides an easy-reading introduction to both the theory and practice of this new approach to moral education for the busy classroom teacher.
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