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Human Rights Education in High Schools: Teaching Practice and Problems from the Perspectives of Civic and Society Teachers
Civics and society teacher
Human rights education
This thesis aims to discuss the issues of teaching philosophies, practices on human rights education and the challenges when promoting human rights education in campus for civics and society teachers in high school. To reach thesis purpose, the thesis interviewed six civics and society teachers teaching in high schools as research objectives based on qualitative research depth interviews. From the point of view of these research objectives, we are looking forward to understand the problems and solutions for civic and society teachers promoting human rights education. According to the researching purpose above, the results are listed as below: I.All the research objectives agree with the importance of human rights education which should be promoted and taught in high school for students to better understand the concepts of rights and duties for respecting others. II.On the teaching part, although the research objectives’ teaching styles are diverse, depending on the limit of disunited course contents, lack of teaching time, and the short of professional knowledge for the teachers, the place for teaching and the insufficient of budget, teachers basically would tend to lecture students. Comparing to the teachers above, teachers who have unique opinions toward human rights education would tend to teach in diverse ways. III.On specific issues, research objectives are facing teaching problems when dealing with the topics of gender, death penalty, original tribes, transitional justice and human rights in campus. IV.Research objectives considered that except for official courses, other unofficial courses and potential courses are also an important link for human rights education. V.Researching objectives mentioned that it is a big challenge to promote human rights education when managing students’ affairs, pressure from colleagues and staying in the campus which is thoughtless for human right. Last, making specific recommendations based on the researching results to serve as the reference for the educational authorities, teacher training institutions, schools and high school teachers for administrative, teaching, and counselling.
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