Changes in Teachers’ Moral Role

From Passive Observers to Moral and Democratic Leaders

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ISBN: 978-94-6091-837-7 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-11

    Current Changes in Teacher’s Role Definition. From Passive Observer to Moral and Democratic Leader

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    Pages 13-29

    Just A Teacher or Also A Moral Example?

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    Pages 31-44

    Students’ Trends and Attitudes on Exam Cheating in Greek Primary and Secondary School Settings

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    Pages 45-61

    Teachers’ Perspectives About Participation at School

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    Pages 63-71

    Voicing Oppressed Palestinian Women.

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    Pages 73-80

    Social Literacy Curriculum

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    Pages 81-92

    School Children’s and Adolescents’ Tolerance to Contradictions

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    Pages 93-105

    Multicultural and Democratic Curriculum

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    Pages 107-120

    Discovering Virtues with Children

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    Pages 121-131

    Constructivist Teaching Methods

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    Pages 133-145

    Dialogical and Reflective Activities in The Classrooms to Improve Moral Thinking

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    Pages 147-153

    Discussion-Based Teaching Methods Addressing Policy Issues Related to Agricultural Biotechnology

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    Pages 155-163

    Procedural Justice in A Classroom Where Teacher Implements Differentiated Instruction

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    Pages 165-179

    Values and Knowledge Education

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    Pages 181-200

    Moral and Democratic Education in The Context of Science Education

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    Pages 201-210

    Educating Teachers’ Ethos