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Issues on Curriculum Development for Moral Education

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dc.creator Mangena, Fainos 2015-08-10T08:20:03Z 2015-12-08T10:55:43Z 2015-08-10T08:20:03Z 2015-12-08T10:55:43Z 2015-08-10T08:20:03Z 2006-03
dc.identifier Mangena, F. (2006) Issues on Curriculum Development for Moral Education. Zimbabwe Journal of Education Research (ZJER), vol. 18, no.1, (pp. 1-16.) UZ, Mt. Pleasant, Harare: HRRC.
dc.identifier 1013-3445
dc.description.abstract Curriculum design and implementation has been a preserve of educational policy makers and curriculum designers from time immemorial More often, emphasis has been on drawing up a curriculum that prepares children for the world of work. This has been the situation in independent Zimbabwe. Very little attention has been given to traditional moral values when setting up curriculum objectives, yet there has been moral decadence in contemporary society due to the failure by social institutions such as schools and universities to teach moral values. Curriculum designers have not put much weight on the need to introduce the moral dimension in the school curriculum. This article makes an attempt to suggest a moral education curriculum that takes these cardinal virtues into consideration.
dc.language en
dc.publisher Human Resource Research Centre (HRRC) , University of Zimbabwe (UZ.)
dc.rights University of Zimbabwe (UZ)
dc.subject Education
dc.title Issues on Curriculum Development for Moral Education
dc.type Article

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