Values in education, in terms of both how they are taught and of the ethics of teaching itself, are an area of lively debate. This text provides a resource of ideas, issues and practice for all those with an interest in this area of education.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Morals, Ethics and Citizenship in Contemporary Teaching, Jo Cairns; Part 1 Approaches to Teaching Values; Chapter 2 What Scope Is There for Teaching Moral Reasoning?, Graham Haydon; Chapter 3 Three Approaches to Moral Education, Colin Wringe; Chapter 4 Philosophy for Children: How Philosophical Enquiry Can Foster Values Education in Schools, Robert Fisher; Chapter 5 Sharing Values with a Selfish Gene, Philip Goggin; Part 2 Issues in Education in Values; Chapter 6 Legitimating the Moral Curriculum, Paul Yates; Chapter 7 The Contribution of Special Education to Our Understanding of Values, Schooling and the Curriculum, Brahm Norwich, Jenny Corbett; Chapter 8 Citizenship Studies, Community Service Learning and Higher Education, John Annette; Part 3 Teacher Education and Values; Chapter 9 The Moralization of Teaching: A Relational Approach as an Ethical Framework in the Professional Preparation and Formation of Teachers, Michael Totterdell; Chapter 10 A Code of the Ethical Principles Underlying Teaching as a Professional Activity, John Tomlinson, Vivienne Little; Chapter 11 The TTA Consultation Documents on ITT: What, No Values?, Stuart Ainsworth, Andrew Johnson; Chapter 12 Communities in Search of Values: Articulating Shared Principles in Initial Teacher Education, Val Fraser, Mick Saunders; Part 4 Research for Education in Values; Chapter 13 Valued Educational Research: Reconceptualizations of the Curriculum, David Scott; Chapter 14 Education for Integrity: Values, Educational Research and the Use of the Life History Method, Paul Armstrong; Chapter 15 Representation in Research: Whose Values Are We Representing?, Jane Erricker; Part 5 Comparative Studies; Chapter 16 Ethics (Re)placed: Considerations for Educating Citizens in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Robert Balfour; Chapter 17 Researching Values in Cross-cultural Contexts, Elwyn Thomas; Chapter 18 Can Those Children Become ‘Good Cats’? Dilemmas in Curriculum Reform in the Schools of Beijing, China, Xiaopeng Li; Chapter 19 Valuing Studies of Society and Environment, Gavin Faichney; Chapter 20 ::, Hanan Alexander; Chapter 21 In Search of Common Values: Ethnic Schema, Ethnic Conflict and National Reconciliation in Fiji, Steven Ratuva; Chapter 22 A Canadian Experience: Transcending Pluralism, Donald Santor;
'[This] is a valuable contribution to the discussion on values in education.' - Innovations in Education and Teaching International