London Metropolitan University Research Institutes

The Organisation of School Activity and the Social and Moral Development of Pupils

Author(s) Lazar, M.  
Publisher CiCe Publications  
Year 2007  
Editor Ross, A. (ed) Citizenship Education in Society  
Language English  
Age group -  
The school’s management and organizational culture are the basis of providing teaching and upbringing. The whole organization is created by teachers and their approach to pupils and understanding of the educational aim is crucial. Social and moral development is possible only when teachers act with an integrative approach, treating pupils equally and penetrating their individual worlds. When a teacher behaves in the opposite way, he or she forces the pupil to take on their own perception and values. Polish teachers are more likely to execute moral and social rules of their own then to help pupils in the process of social and moral development.

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