The Concept of Morality in Teaching and Training
Morality is the collection of unwritten norms that govern the acceptable or unacceptable behavior of a community. To sustain order in a community, individuals must adhere to specific norms. Some of these regulations are moral codes, such as traditions and conventions. Customs and traditions include a component of morality. Researchers have been investigating what learning is for decades. Educators have emphasized the significance of moral education and how to impart morality to students regardless of the learning domain. This circumstance calls for more acknowledgment of both the learner and the learning environment. This article focuses on teaching morality to students in the context of education and a few aspects that influence the moral development of pupils.
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