Teaching strategies for moral education: a review

@article{Schuitema2008TeachingSF,
  title={Teaching strategies for moral education: a review},
  author={Jaap A. Schuitema and Geert Ten Dam and Wiel Veugelers},
  journal={Journal of Curriculum Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={40},
  pages={69 - 89}
}
We present the results of a literature review of studies on teaching strategies for moral education in secondary schools (1995–2003). The majority of the studies focus on the ‘what’ and ‘why’, i.e. the objectives, of curriculum‐oriented moral education. Attention to the instructional formats for enhancing the prosocial and moral development of students (the ‘how’) is relatively sparse. Most studies on teaching strategies for moral education recommend a problem‐based approach to instruction… 
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