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|Other Titles:||The Current Development of and Lessons Learned from Character and Moral Education Curriculum in Japan and the South Korea|
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
Since 2001 the Grade 1-9 Curriculum has been implemented in Taiwan. The original separate subject-civic and moral education in high school has been erased from the curriculum timetable. And the high school teacher have taught character and moral education through different learning areas or subject or related activities. However, many countries in the Asia-Pacific region still have eparate subjects on character and moral education. According to the similar cultural background with Taiwan, the author illustrated the development trends, current ituation, and problems and challenges of character and moral curriculum in Japan and the South Korea. Therefore, the author found three important implications from these two countries. he first, it was very important to plan the clear aims and well-structured curriculum for character and moral education. The second, it was also necessary to make sure the content of character and moral education and combine with other curricula. The third, the senior high schooling should focus on some discussion on ethical theorie to develop young people's abilities of moral reasoning.
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