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Malone, D. Michael – Ethics and Education, 2020
Few would argue against the importance of ethics in early childhood teacher preparation and practice. However, arguing for something in principle does not always lead to action. The purpose of this paper is to bring attention to the need for a sharper applied focus on ethics in early childhood education than that which currently exists. A context…
Descriptors: Ethics, Ethical Instruction, Preservice Teacher Education, Early Childhood Education
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Rovea, Federico – Ethics and Education, 2020
In recent years, the reflection on intercultural education has focused on the importance of managing everyday situations in intercultural contexts. This focus is generally recognized as fundamental for the shift from the perspective of multiculturalism to a more interculturalist approach. An example of the interculturalist turn can be found in the…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Cultural Pluralism, Intercultural Communication, Publications
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Lindblom, Lars – Ethics and Education, 2020
The state can act in ways that cause injustice between children, but the standard opportunity accounts of the distribuendum fail to explain how this can be the case. Such accounts have a problem of distribuendum gaps. First, they fail to identify the locus of injustice between children, as they must explain such injustice in terms of inequalities…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Equal Education, Educational Quality, Social Bias
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Ethics and Education, 2020
This paper aims: (1) to draw attention to relational and political understandings of happiness in education discourses and their implications for remedying racial and social inequalities and suffering, and (2) to illustrate how unhappiness and suffering might offer valuable ethical, political and pedagogic lessons on the limits of the promise of…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Ethics, Teaching Methods, Cultural Pluralism
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Vlieghe, Joris; Zamojski, Piotr – Ethics and Education, 2020
In this article, we argue that it is possible to approach teaching from a fully affirmative perspective: as an educational practice that has its own internal logic and intrinsic value. By analysing a fragment from one of the Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts presented in this article as a teaching event, we show that when starting from…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Case Studies, Educational Practices, Educational Philosophy
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Mohammadi, Hamdollah; Mirzamohammadi, Mohammad Hassan – Ethics and Education, 2020
The purpose of this paper is to criticize the "New Public Management (NPM)" in the higher education of Iran with a moral lens. Qualitative content analysis was used for this purpose and the fourth to sixth "National Development Plans" as well as the "Comprehensive Scientific Map" of Iran were investigated. The model…
Descriptors: Ethics, Educational Administration, Economic Development, Commercialization
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Frank, Jeff – Ethics and Education, 2020
This paper aims to provide parents and others resources to resist technology-mediated personalized learning. To develop these resources and make the case against technology-mediated personalized learning, I turn to the work of American philosophers Henry Bugbee and John William Miller.
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Technology Uses in Education, Individualized Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Baranova, Jurate; Duobliene, Lilija – Ethics and Education, 2020
The article reflects upon the possibility of educating sensitivity to the pain of the different Other by using feature cinema. The authors rely on the methodology suggested by Stanley Louis Cavell and Andrew Klevan, and also on the suggestions and conclusions by William B. Russell, III and Stewart Waters. The authors of this article reflected upon…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Films, High School Students, Ethics
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Gatens, Moira – Ethics and Education, 2020
In the Preface to Part Four of the "Ethics," Spinoza offers the reader an "exemplar" of human nature. However, Spinoza does not conceive of human nature as a universal in which each human being participates, simply by virtue of being human. Rather, each human being is conceived as singular. Thriving individual lives assume…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Moral Values, Ethics, Teaching Methods
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Lewin, David – Ethics and Education, 2020
Where do a child's morals come from? Interactions with other human beings provide arguably the primary contexts for moral development: family, friends, teachers and other people. It is the artistic products of human activity that this essay considers: literature, film, art, music. Specifically, I will consider some philosophical issues concerning…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Fairy Tales, Values Education, Teaching Methods
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Vaccarezza, Maria Silvia – Ethics and Education, 2020
The current "exemplarist turn" within virtue ethics is increasingly shedding light on the importance of exemplars both as enabling one to identify the virtues and for the importance they bear for orienting one's conduct, as well as for educating the novice. However, even if categorizations of exemplars have already been proposed, there…
Descriptors: Ethics, Educational Philosophy, Classification, Values Education
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Korsgaard, Morten Timmermann – Ethics and Education, 2020
The role of exemplification and exemplars is receiving increasing attention in educational theory. Usually, this is connected to emulation models in character and moral education. Exemplars in this framework are those who show us how to act and what to do, and inspire us emotionally to improve. In Hannah Arendt's unfinished work on judgement, the…
Descriptors: Ethics, Decision Making, Moral Development, Ethical Instruction
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Ravven, Heidi M. – Ethics and Education, 2020
I argue that Spinoza attributes to society the role of moral educator, a role that is to be carried out via Religion and Politics and hence also via an educational system. In his account, the social body is given the task of applying and transmitting a notion of virtue whose criterion is enhanced freedom, yet that freedom paradoxically must be…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Ethics, Freedom, Praxis
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DeCaroli, Steven – Ethics and Education, 2020
Crisis occupies an ambiguous place in the writings of Hannah Arendt. Not only does crisis undermine categories of judgment, but in doing so it eliminates prejudices as well, forcing us to judge without them. Although Arendt never had an opportunity to fully develop her understanding of judgment, we know that she considered it to be 'the most…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Educational Philosophy, Correlation, Teaching Methods
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Dahlbeck, Johan; De Lucia Dahlbeck, Moa – Ethics and Education, 2020
While Spinoza stipulates an ideal moral person in the propositions on the 'free man' in "Ethics" IV, this account does not seem to be intended to function as a pedagogical tool of political relevance. Hence, it does not seem to correspond to the purpose of moral exemplarism. If we look for that kind of practical guidance, Spinoza's…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Models, Social Behavior, Educational Philosophy
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