in [Menasha, Wis .
Written in English
|Statement||by Adrian Augustus Holtz.|
|LC Classifications||LC311 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 86 p.|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||17030171|
A Study of the Moral and Religious Elements in American Secondary Education Up to Adrian Augustus Holtz University of Chicago, - Education, Secondary - 86 pages. A study of the moral and religious elements in American secondary education up to Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Location of Repository A study of the moral and religious elements in American secondary education up to , By Adrian : Adrian Augustus. Holtz.
Religious and moral education: experiences and outcomes 5 World religions selected for study Early First Second Third Fourth Beliefs As I explore stories, images, music and poems, I am becoming familiar with the beliefs of the world religions I am learning about. RME a Through exploring stories from world religions, I canFile Size: KB. In Scottish state schools, Religious Education is called Religious and Moral Education from ages 5 to 14, and Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies from 14 to The majority of state schools in are non-denominational, but as a result of the Education Act , separate denominational state schools were also established. antagonistic to religion. For them, moral education based on religion and appeals to religious principles to solve moral issues are serious affronts. On the other hand, some religious people are equally affronted by public schools teaching students to look out side their religious tradition for moral . others. Religious and Moral Education provides a key context for exploring values and beliefs in this way and therefore plays a central role in preparing young Scots for their future. When delivered well, Religious and Moral Education supports all children and young people to develop their viewpoints, beliefs and moral values through motivatingFile Size: 2MB.
Holtz, Adrian Augustus. A Study of the Moral and Religious Elements in American Secondary Education Up to , University of Chicago (). No study has so far been undertaken to investigate the perceptions of stakeholders about moral education in Mauritian secondary schools. The aim of this present study is to fill this gap by describing and developing an understanding of the perceptions of some stakeholders in secondary education about moral education in the context of Mauritius. The study was conducted to examine whether students’ moral attitudes changed during schooling and to what extent religious schools played a role in this process. Findings The author found that students from the religious schools had stronger and more consistent attitudes toward religion and morality, with only small differences between the. Introduction. The Grade Family, Religion and Moral Education (FAREME) syllabus is a five year learning area which is designed to promote in learners an awareness and appreciation of different religions practised in Zimbabwe.