|About the Book|
This work offers a sweeping multidisciplinary inventory of factual concepts, theories, and practical aspirations for making multiculturalism work. This comprehensive volume is a crucial resource for every teacher and educational administrator who lives and functions in the global village. Moreover, the following features prove invaluable by revealing pragmatic ethical issues and problems among educational institutional constituencies including instructors, students, principles, superintendents, board members, parents, and the community at large: .How to be a moral and ethical knowledgeable teacher? .How to understand differences among morality, ethicality, and legality? .How to appreciate moral theories: idealistic, realistic, hedonistic, eduaemonistic, and authentic? .How to apply ethical theories in classrooms: relativism, deontologicalism, teleologicalism, and utilitarianism? .Can teachers teach moral virtues and ethical values in classrooms? .How to create an ethical and moral environment among teachers and students in the school systems? .What should be the teachers and students moral and ethical rights and duties in society? .What are the exact meanings of fairness and justness in educational institutions? .What are the implications of educational codes of behavior, codes of ethics, and codes of conduct between workplace ethics and life ethics? .What are the real meanings of wisdom and deliberated consensus judgments in our daily behavior? .What are expected professional moral characters of teachers?