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|Other Titles:||The Approaches of Moral Education in America and Its Implication for Taiwan|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
This article describes the approaches and contexts of moral education in America and its implication for Taiwan. The Department of Education in Taiwan has begun a project to promote moral and character education since the end of 2004, and its goal is to establish each student with six virtues: caring, respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness, and honest. The selection of these core values is very meaningful and influenced by the North America countries. It will be helpful to overview the all kinds of approaches to moral and character education in America. The authors firstly explain that the curriculum of moral education is closely associated with the contexts of political, social and cultural backgrounds; secondly, describe spectrum of emotional, social and moral education of United States; finally, propose a combined approach to moral education in Taiwan.
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