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|Other Titles:||Law-Related Education Critical Thinking Instruction Research at Elementary School-A Case of the ＂Responsibility＂ Concept|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
Educational Fundamental Act, Article 2: The purposes of education are to cultivate modern citizens with the development of wholesome personality, democratic literacy, ideas of rule of law, and humanities virtues, patriotic education, native soil care and information capability; strengthening people’s abilities to think, judge and create; and enhancing respect for basic human rights. Counseling student self-government and fostering their ideas of rule of law should be the basic aim and responsibility of all schools. The democratic literacy, developing ideas of rule of law, respect for basic human rights not only the basic aim and responsibility of all schools but also the important education developing direction of nation. Modern rule of law ideas base on the values of protect human rights and democracy. In Grade 1-9 Curriculum law-related education’s aims are to cultivate modern citizens with ideas of rule of law, democratic literacy. Therefore the purpose of this article is to inquiring how by protect human right to enhance law-related education and develop qualified future citizen with critical thinking ability. Throughout law-related education instruction would construct the rule of law idea, and then the more important is to let students understand the spirit of law in law-related education lessons, furthermore, to let students have respect human right and rule of law correct point of view, and independent thinking, question judging ability all these could by through law-related education critical thinking instruction. This article will discuss the meaning of law-related education, critical thinking law-related education, responsibility concept law-related education instruction and the relationship with each other in Grade 1-9 Curriculum.
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