Ppt on moral education by horace

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment 18 c Politics ► – Constitutional Monarchy ► BRITAIN  – Constitutional Monarchy ► Royal / recognized only a distant God, uninvolved in the daily life of man.  The “great watchmaker”  Morality can be achieved by following reason The Origins of Enlightenment? ► RELIGIOUS:  Gradually, highly educated Protestants & Catholics thought more about God’s work as revealed through science, rather than through the Scriptures. The/


REFORM IN AMERICA. Reform Movements Women’s rights Anti-slaveryTemperance Utopian communities Religious Reform groups Educational reform Rights for the.

Horace Mann of the south. From North Carolina. He built support for public schools in N. Carolina through tax-payers dollars. By 1860 2/3 of white children in North Carolina were in public schools. Education did not come about as easily in the south. By 1860/human slavery from day one.  With the outbreak of the Second Great Awakening, people began to focus on living out a good, moral, active Christian life. WWJD? He would not have a slave, that’s for sure. Early Opposition to Slavery Quakers and Baptists /


HORACE MANN 1796-1859 “The Father of American Education” “Education, then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions.

HORACE MANN 1796-1859 “The Father of American Education” “Education/ Wanted institutions that would teach only teacher education Teachers needed to be moral exemplars Women were cheaper labor and naturally/ better suited for the instruction of children: “Is there not an obvious, constitutional difference of temperament between the sexes, indicative of a prearranged fitness and adaptation, and making known to us, as by a heaven imparted sing, that women, by/


REFORM IN AMERICA. Reform Movements Women’s rights Anti-slaveryTemperance Utopian communities Religious Reform groups Educational reform Rights for the.

Horace Mann of the south. From North Carolina. He built support for public schools in N. Carolina through tax-payers dollars. By 1860 2/3 of white children in North Carolina were in public schools. Education did not come about as easily in the south. By 1860/human slavery from day one.  With the outbreak of the Second Great Awakening, people began to focus on living out a good, moral, active Christian life. WWJD? He would not have a slave, that’s for sure. Early Opposition to Slavery Quakers and Baptists /


REFORM IN AMERICA. Reform Movements Women’s rights Anti-slaveryTemperance Utopian communities Religious Reform groups Educational reform Rights for the.

Horace Mann of the south. From North Carolina. He built support for public schools in N. Carolina through tax-payers dollars. By 1860 2/3 of white children in North Carolina were in public schools. Education did not come about as easily in the south. By 1860/human slavery from day one.  With the outbreak of the Second Great Awakening, people began to focus on living out a good, moral, active Christian life. WWJD? He would not have a slave, that’s for sure. Early Opposition to Slavery Quakers and Baptists /


Educational Reform. In 1800 Massachusetts was the only state requiring free public schools supported by community funds Middle Class Reformers wanted.

supported by community funds Middle Class Reformers wanted a tax supported education – new economic order needed educated workers Educational Reform Leader: Horace Mann 1830s Where: Massachusetts Was lawyer who became head of the Massachusetts Board of education. Horace / education of women, African Americans, and the physically challenged. Bold and far-sighted reformers, however, took up their cause. Education Reform Girls generally received only a basic education. Even private schools taught girls morals /


Melanie Lord, Anthony Greiter, Zulfo Tursunovic

failed development of solid program of detailed research Intellectual Influences London School of Economics Hobhouse Evolution of Morality Ginsberg Economic institutions of preliterate societies Malinowski Structural-functional analysis in anthropology Parsons’ integration of all / by which humans form meaningful intentions and implement them. Social action is preformed by an actor either as an individual or a group Social Action Theory Parsons theory had four steps: Actors are motivated to action (education/


Adapted from: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Eighteenth Century: An Age of Enlightenment “Dare to know! Have the courage to use.

Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua/, 1794  An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-/  Does progress in the arts and sciences correspond with progress in morality?  As civilizations progress, they move away from morality.  Science & art raised artificial barriers between people and their natural state. /


Early History of Education. Objectives Give examples of how education reflected local culture and beliefs Trace changes in the preparation, roles and.

girls Role of Teacher Ranked right below religious leaders in importance Were men better educated than the general population Expected to teach and act as an example of moral behavior Could NOT drink, smoke, date or marry Had to: –Attend church/schooling if any at all By 1880 education, including free public education for many – was more widely available Horace Mann Served as 1 st Secretary of the State Board of Education in Massachusetts Worked hard to establish free public education for every boy and girl/


Early History of Education. Objectives Give examples of how education reflected local culture and beliefs Trace changes in the preparation, roles and.

girls Role of Teacher Ranked right below religious leaders in importance Were men better educated than the general population Expected to teach and act as an example of moral behavior Could NOT drink, smoke, date or marry Had to: –Attend church/schooling if any at all By 1880 education, including free public education for many – was more widely available Horace Mann Served as 1 st Secretary of the State Board of Education in Massachusetts Worked hard to establish free public education for every boy and girl/


Reform Era:Reform Era: Temperance, Education, Women’s Suffrage, Prisons and Care for the Mentally Ill, Abolitionism Reform Era:

pushed for total prohibition Considered drinking to be morally wrong Considered drinking to be morally wrong Believed it should be prohibited by law Believed it should be prohibited by law Their demands led to experiments with more /Horace Mann promoted PUBLIC SCHOOLS as the only way to EQUALIZE SOCIETY He argued that it was impossible that educated people could remain permanently poor Mann worked for many reforms in public education: Mann worked for many reforms in public education:  Paid for and run by/


Value/Character Education:Traditional or Liberational

Period New England Primer- schoolbook used to teach basic skills with incorporating moral virtues Nineteenth Century Horace Mann was a strong advocate of character education McGuffy’s Readers-textbooks that taught literacy skills along with moral lessons Mid-Twentieth Century Strict interpretation of church and state Majority of moral education was taught by family and church Values clarification- self discovery of values Today there is a push/


By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.

By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY/, many looked to make reforms in the Protestant church Hence, liberal Protestants, called for modest moral reforms: –Rejected biblical literalism and rejected idea of original sin –Active in the social gospel movement/ Darwin –Accomadationists reconciled science and religion by stating evolution was simply a higher revelation of the ways of God School Reform Many started to understand that without free education, the government would suffer under people’/


Early History of Education. 1600-1776 American Colonial Period Most education took place at home Basic reading and arithmetic skills taught Daily life.

girls Role of Teacher Ranked right below religious leaders in importance Were men better educated than the general population Expected to teach and act as an example of moral behavior Could NOT drink, smoke, date or marry Had to: –Attend church/schooling if any at all By 1880 education, including free public education for many – was more widely available Horace Mann Served as 1 st Secretary of the State Board of Education in Massachusetts Worked hard to establish free public education for every boy and girl/


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua,/Mind, 1794  An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. John Locke (1632-1704)/Question  Does progress in the arts and sciences correspond with progress in morality?  As civilizations progress, they move away from morality.  Science & art raised artificial barriers between people and their natural state/


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age /, 1794  An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. John Locke (1632-1704)/  Does progress in the arts and sciences correspond with progress in morality?  As civilizations progress, they move away from morality.  Science & art raised artificial barriers between people and their natural state/


U.S. HISTORY Goal 1-6 Review.  Content Issues: Whiskey Rebellion  The new national government demonstrated its power by forcefully stopping the whiskey.

:  William Lloyd Garrison, attacked southern slave owners by condemning slavery on moral grounds and demanding immediate emancipation and racial equality  /education system.  Education Led by Horace Mann, the great educational reformer, a movement was led to create mandatory public education in America. After several centuries of struggle his ideas were eventually implemented throughout America. Led by Horace Mann, the great educational reformer, a movement was led to create mandatory public education/


(left side of Notebook) JOURNAL Answer the following True or False. 1.Public Education has always been free in the United States. 2.Prisons have always.

Abolitionist Movement had as its goal the ending of slavery. Some people objected to slavery on moral grounds, believing that it was wrong for one human to own another. Others believed that /th Amendment Passed by Congress June 4, 1919. Ratified August 18, 1920 Women are given the right to vote June 4, 1919. Summary __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Education Reform HORACE MANN HORACE MANN BELIEVED THE/


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & /Human Mind, 1794  An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. The second String… (Locke vs. /t face a woman – to look directly at her is disrespectful  So if culture is relative maybe morality is relative, too? Who (what culture) determines what is right or wrong? ◦ Noble savage “/


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of/ John Locke (1632-1704) ► Letter on Toleration, 1689 ► Two Treatises of Government, 1690 ► Some Thoughts Concerning Education, 1693 ► The Reasonableness of Christianity, 1695 John Locke’s Philosophy (I) ► The individual must become a “rational/ people truly moral and free.  Individual moral freedom could be achieved only by learning to subject one’s individual interests to the “General Will.”  Individuals did this by entering into/


U.S. HISTORY Goal 1-6 Review.  Content Issues: Whiskey Rebellion  The new national government demonstrated its power by forcefully stopping the whiskey.

:  William Lloyd Garrison, attacked southern slave owners by condemning slavery on moral grounds and demanding immediate emancipation and racial equality  /education system.  Education Led by Horace Mann, the great educational reformer, a movement was led to create mandatory public education in America. After several centuries of struggle his ideas were eventually implemented throughout America. Led by Horace Mann, the great educational reformer, a movement was led to create mandatory public education/


U.S. HISTORY Goal 1-6 Review.  Content Issues: Whiskey Rebellion  The new national government demonstrated its power by forcefully stopping the whiskey.

:  William Lloyd Garrison, attacked southern slave owners by condemning slavery on moral grounds and demanding immediate emancipation and racial equality  /education system.  Education Led by Horace Mann, the great educational reformer, a movement was led to create mandatory public education in America. After several centuries of struggle his ideas were eventually implemented throughout America. Led by Horace Mann, the great educational reformer, a movement was led to create mandatory public education/


“ Blooming and Pruning”: Connections to the First Four Years of Doctoral Life By Donna D. Hage, NBCT Portfolio Defense Marshall University Doctor of Education.

educators and restructure curriculum planning “ Massive Burst of Synapse Formation” O Reflection on curriculum movements and how culture and policymakers affect public education O Stakeholder involvement O Teachers in decision-making O From agents of moral dissolution (Horace / would be evaluated BEFORE jumping into the project.” Conclusion: Developmental Milestones O Sensory capacities awakened by exploring skills of a leader O Self-sufficiency and inter-dependency – “community” affects other communities/


Chapter 25 World War II 1941-1945 Chapter 25 World War II 1941-1945 © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. OUT OF MANY A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

take jobs in war industries. They often encountered violent resistance from local whites. 25 © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. This painting is by Horace Pippin, a self-taught African American artist who began painting as therapy for an injury suffered while / American and British planes poured bombs on German cities that: weakened the economy undermined civilian morale crippled the German air force 39 © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. As part of the air war on Germany, Allied bombers launched a devastating attack/


Theodore Sizer Educational Reformer Meghan O’Connor Amanda Reagan November 1, 2006.

give theories – he put his theories into practice. His Contributions to Education Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) Founded by Sizer in 1984 Result of five-year study conducted with colleagues Horace’s Compromise (1984) Schools fail to help students use their minds/Nancy Nancy Sizer – also a seasoned, well respected educator In retirement Co-Principals, Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School Co-authored The Students are Watching: Schools and the Moral Contract What this means to Curriculum Not a list /


THE INDIVIDUALS OF THE REFORM ERA BY HALEY DOWDIE PERIOD 5 DUE DATE: 2/22/10.

OF THE REFORM ERA BY HALEY DOWDIE PERIOD /story: president of Cincinnati College, Graduated from Washington College in 1826, sought to promote public education Key beliefs: natural & moral philosophy Movement: Common School movement Accomplishments & contributions: became president of Ohio University in 1839/Harriet Tubman http://www.harriettubmanbiography.com/ http://my.hrw.com/tabnav/controller.jsp?isbn=0030411645 Horace Man http://my.hrw.com/tabnav/controller.jsp?isbn=0030411645 http://www.nd.edu/~rbarger//


Cuban, Larry, Shipps, Dorothy. (2000). Reconstructing the common good in education: Coping with intractable American dilemmas eds. Stanford, CA: Stanford.

– Socialization – Social cooperation – Citizenship Horace Mann William Harris Authority is the capacity to make and enforce public policies posed by individuals who occupy formal government roles – Aristotle’s moral premise was that government should serve the /the progressive era Curricular changes included the addition of more college prep courses Different views of liberal education Historically liberals thought that: – Localism and the persistence of small scale, informal organizational structures was /


1 Democracy and Education Fred Schultz Notable Selections In Education.

, a high school reform movement started in the 1980s. 7 Democracy and Education What is Parental Choice? Why does Horace have Hope? 8 Democracy and Education Are all teachers required To do serious, rigorous, Academic work in preparation To/ 31 32 Democracy and Education Why have Liberal & Conservative Agendas failed? 32 33 Democracy and Education Liberals = “fix” Is economic. 33 34 Democracy and Education Conservative = Improve morals of poor black men 34 35 Democracy and Education How would you perceive /


Chapter 15 Vocabulary 1. Dorothea Dix 2. Horace Mann 3. Elizabeth Cady Stanton 4. Unitarianism 5. Second great Awakening 6. Women’s Rights Convention 7.

education Noah Webster (dictionary and Blueback Speller); William H. McGuffey — McGuffey’s Readers) Horace Mann “Father of Public Education” Campaigns for: Better schoolhouses Longer school terms Higher pay for teachers Expanded curriculum Higher Education Desire for higher education/ cell conditions Through her persistent prodding conditions improved Peaceful Reform American Peace Society 1828 Led by William Ladd Spoke of warring against war Temperance movement Drinking increased the danger of accidents /


PHILOSPHERS & EDUCATORS Essay #6. Philosophers & Educators You will choose one of the following historic philosophers or educators to write your essay.

that we need when we come to mans estate, is the gift of education. Born in Geneva in 1712 Born in Geneva in 1712 Raised by his Aunt and Uncle Raised by his Aunt and Uncle Calvinist childhood, converted to Catholicism Calvinist childhood, converted to/Calvanism His mother had a stern moral sense based upon her belief in Calvanism Graduated with a bachelors degree from the University of Vermont in 1879 Graduated with a bachelors degree from the University of Vermont in 1879 Horace Mann Seek not greatness, but/


Themes for Next Week ’ s Response-Ability Horace Mann - Organized the first state public educational system, in Massachusetts The early history of Oberlin.

Themes for Next Week ’ s Response-Ability Horace Mann - Organized the first state public educational system, in Massachusetts The early history of Oberlin College in Ohio, from/educated – content, time spent in schooling, career trajectories Some Themes Found by students in previous years: Assumption that some people don ’ t need, or would not benefit from, education (working class) - social stratification seen as permanent, and beneficial to the workings of society Education for moral betterment - education/


WARM UP “Education then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions of men…” - Horace Mann What does it mean that.

more fulfilling lives Education Reform  Before the Industrial Revolution, most children received little formal educationEducation was for the wealthy (private tutors)  Horace Mann – “education…is the great equalizer”  Fought for free public education for everyone  Wanted/(book)  Book published in 1852 that described the horrors of slavery  Made slavery a moral issue for many people  Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe Reform Era: ABOLITION  Underground Railroad  Network of abolitionists, paths, and/


WARM UP “Education then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions of men…” - Horace Mann What does it mean that.

Education Reform  Before the Industrial Revolution, most children received little formal educationEducation was for the wealthy (private tutors)  Horace Mann – “education…is the great equalizer”  Fought for free public education/training for girls  Coeducation ABOLITION  Abolitionist Movement: the effort by many groups and individuals to end slavery in the United States /that described the horrors of slavery  Made slavery a moral issue for many people ABOLITION Harriet Tubman  Underground Railroad /


Chapter II The Neoclassical Period The Neoclassical Period the 17 th century---the 18 th century English Department in Hetao University By Song Xiaoqing.

natural equality. ” The enlighteners also advocated universal education. English Literature English Department in Hetao University The/ and Roman writers ( Homer, Virgil( 维吉尔 ), Horace ( 负拉 ), Ovid( 奥维德 ), etc.) and those/and familiar, but extremely vivid and vigorous. His sentences are always distinguished by logic and rhythm, and his structure carefully planed toward an inevitable ending./. 他的代表作《情敌》和《造谣 学校》被认为是上承莎士比亚,下接萧伯纳的纽 带,是真正的英国古典派喜剧。 In his plays, morality is the constant theme. 他的作品永 恒的主题是道德。 English/


Social Reform Movements: Education. EducationHorace Mann  William McGuffey  Harriet Beecher  Todays educational system.

Education EducationHorace Mann  William McGuffey  Harriet Beecher  Todays educational system Horace Mann  The Prussian educational system  “Father of Education”  1870 William McGuffey  “McGuffey Reader”  Countrys moral and American character Harriet Beecher  "Uncle Toms Cabin" Todays educational/ racial discrimination. Prohibition in America Beginning of Prohibition Movement led by religious groups Movement led by religious groups Believed alcohol was cause of physical abuse Believed alcohol/


Classical India By 600 BCE, India had passed through its formative phase.By 600 BCE, India had passed through its formative phase. A classical civilization.

moral consequences.He/ of moral consequences./by others.Slavery was avoided. Untouchables were scorned, but their members were not owned by/by dharma, or the moral path.Hindus are guided by dharma, or the moral path. Mystics, called gurus and brahman priests formalized the religion by the 1 st centuries CE.Mystics, called gurus and brahman priests formalized the religion by/by the Greeks after the conquest of Alex the Great.Indian science was influenced by/ Pearson Education.Adas, M., Gilbert, M.J., Schwartz, /


A Comprehensive Approach to Effective Character Education Marvin W. Berkowitz, Ph.D. S. N. McDonnell Professor of Character Education University of Missouri-St.

morality than has ever existed among the communities of men. Horace Mann/by educated physicians. Infants killed by trained nurses. Women and babies shot and burned by high school and college graduates. So, I am suspicious of education. My request is: Help your students become human. Your efforts must never produce learned monsters, skilled psychopaths, educated Eichmans. Reading, writing, arithmetic are important only if they serve to make our children more humane. Sadker & Sadker, 1977 A Source of Moral/


Sadker/Zittleman, Teachers, Schools, and Society: A Brief Introduction to Education. © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Teachers,

by The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Horace Mann (1848) -Advocate of free education for all citizens- Father of the Public Schools Not educating youth is comparable to infanticide! The right to education is a divine right! Children are the “raw material” ready to be educated, religiously and otherwise. If a child is “trained” right, he/she will grow up to be morally exceptional and an/


Ceremonies and rituals are an important part of any culture. In the 1950s, Horace Miner examined some of the rituals of the Nacirema culture. His description.

of any culture. In the 1950s, Horace Miner examined some of the rituals /carry heavy moral significance Mores carry heavy moral significance Laws are written and enforced by government Two Types of Norms Folkways Describe socially accepted behavior but do not have great moral significance /the environment, regularly develop and become part of American culture. Nationalism Patriotism Science and rationality Education Religion Romantic love Other Core Values While the United States has a set of core values/


Thursday, 11/21 How would you fix or reform Middletown High School to improve your education?

or reform Middletown High School to improve your education? Progressive Reforms Categories Economic, Moral, Political, Social Muckrakers (Economic Reforms) “Issues/to 1900! Monday, 11/18 Predict what life will be like in 100 years by answering the following questions: What language is the most spoken language in the world?/novelty—a fad.” Advice from a president of the Michigan Savings Bank to Henry Fords lawyer Horace Rackham. Rackham ignored the advice and invested $5000 in Ford stock, selling it later for/


Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.

Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Cultural Nationalism p Education  The “Virtuous Citizen” p An American form of English  Noah Webster: A schoolmaster and lawyer. Argued that students should be educated/ (known after the Revolution as Episcopalians), and Quakers. –But by 1800, EVANGELICAL METHODISM and BAPTISTS, were becoming the fasting-growing /frontier conditions of newly settled territories. 2004 Election Headlines Outreach effort and moral values theme pays off for Bush with Hispanics -- Nov. 3, 2004/


Do parents really know what is happening in Utah schools? Oak Norton & Susie Schnell UtahsRepublic.org UTAHS FREEDOM CONFERENCE EDUCATION SEMINAR.

be replaced by the concept of the public good. The common (public) schools shall create a more far-seeing intelligence and a pure morality than has ever existed among communities of men.” HORACE MANN 1796-1859 Father of Modern Education 1894-/ *Other examples to watch out for in schools: Gay, Tolerant, Safe Schools, Morals, Values, Critical Thinking *(All are defined very differently by Progressive education elites than what parents assume they traditionally mean. This is a way Progressive programs slip/


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The / 1794  An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. John Locke (1632-1704)/ Question  Does progress in the arts and sciences correspond with progress in morality?  As civilizations progress, they move away from morality.  Civilization itself leads away from true fundamentals.  Technology and art /


Final Review Final is tomorrow at 9:00 am!. What party were most of the education reformers during the Jacksonian age?

significant? What 3 things did Horace Mann advocate for regarding public schools? Horace Mann  1. State standards of education  2. State support for teacher preparation from increased taxes  3. Public school system for improved morality Why did Catholics dislike the/pts) What made Andrew Jackson different from previous Presidents? Elias Which Native American tribe had become the most assimilated by the time of Andrew Jackson? Sarah What did the Supreme Court rule in Cherokee Nation v. Georgia? Maxwell Why/


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The / 1794  An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. John Locke (1632-1704)/ Question  Does progress in the arts and sciences correspond with progress in morality?  As civilizations progress, they move away from morality.  Civilization itself leads away from true fundamentals.  Technology and art /


By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age of Reason & Enlightenment.

By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Age / An expectation of universal happiness.  Every individual guided by reason could enjoy true independence.  He advocated a free and equal education, constitutionalism, and equal rights for women. John Locke (1632/► Question  Does progress in the arts and sciences correspond with progress in morality?  As civilizations progress, they move away from morality.  Civilization itself leads away from true fundamentals.  Technology and art create /


The Social Goals of Schooling

Goals of Schooling Chapter 2 McGraw-Hill/Irwin ©2012 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Social Goals: Historical Horace Mann: the key to a good society is "best expressed in these/been increasingly replaced by the school as the most important institution for instilling values. Ross advocated teaching secular values not associated with any religion. ©2012 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Religion in Schools & the Courts Until the 1960s, most moral education in public schools/


By F. Scott Fitzgerald Student Notes. F. Scott Fitzgerald BORN on September 24, 1896, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Intelligent child, he did poorly in school.

way or another, Da Fontano and De Jongs who came to gamble, Gus Waize and Horace O’Donavan, theatrical people; ethnic-sounding names from less-reputable businesses or places. Fitzgerald/York City consists of a long stretch of desolate land created by the dumping of industrial ashes. Represents the moral and social decay that results from the uninhibited pursuit of wealth/ façade; for example, he wants people to believe that he’s a well-educated man, an Oxford man, but in fact he only spent a short time there /


Ethical Issues and Decisions in Law Enforcement Slide 1 Ethics The reasoned study of the moral facet of human conduct.

Law Enforcement Slide 9 Profession "Moral education is the most important task of the common school." (Horace Mann) An occupation whose members possess a specialized body of knowledge acquired through advanced education or training, and whose members choose/ to hold themselves and their colleagues to higher standards of ethics than those normally held by /


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