By Mark Halstead, Mark Pike
Ethical and citizenship schooling are back on the leading edge of academic realization with the new governmental bulletins approximately revisions to the nationwide Curriculum frameworks to 2000 and past. This publication addresses many of the principal matters in ethical and citizenship schooling dealing with academics at the present time, embedding functional issues in a theoretical context and reviewing instructing, studying and overview techniques. It attracts widely on study yet is written in a transparent, available style.Citizenship and Moral schooling examines the major innovations and offers an up to date evaluate of coverage, quite addressing: theoretical matters, goals and ways when it comes to ethical and citizenship schooling in a pluralist society the contributions of the curriculum, extra-curricular actions and the varsity ethos to citizenship and ethical schooling in class instructing suggestions, fabrics, scholar review and faculty assessment. The publication additionally specializes in key specialist and private matters for academics in venture ethical citizenship schooling.
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Some rights are fundamental (such as the right to life itself and the right not to be enslaved) in the sense that without them the three core liberal values cannot be achieved. Other rights are established by rational debate as the most appropriate means of ensuring the just resolution of conﬂict and general human well-being. These rights are open to negotiation even among liberals, and may have to be fought for, even though they involve claims based on liberal ethics. They are often enshrined in, and defined by, law; examples include the right to education, the right to low-cost housing, the right to free medical care and the right to a minimum wage.
Inside the school, students may be encouraged to work co-operatively towards developing a democratic ethos in the school; school councils may be set up, students may be involved in making rules at class or school level or in other forms of democratic decision-making, including, 38 Why Citizenship? Why Moral Education? more ambitiously, the formation of Just Communities (Halstead and Taylor, 2000b, pp. 175–89). These possibilities will be discussed more fully in Chapter 9. Outside the school, students may be involved in various forms of community service and community activities, charitable work, environmental action and other kinds of voluntary activities.
A range of fundamental democratic principles such as freedom of speech and justice. Public values in [liberal] societies also include ideals such as personal autonomy and the maximisation of the freedom of individuals to pursue their fuller conception of the good within a framework of justice through the distribution of ‘primary goods’ (basic rights, liberties and opportunities). The liberal project is to specify a range of public values, free of signiﬁcantly controversial assumptions and judgments, which can generate principles for the conduct of relations between people who disagree.
Moral and Citizenship Education: Learning through Action and Reflection by Mark Halstead, Mark Pike