Osuji, Gregory Ekene (Rev. Br) and Everlyn, Oluoch- Suleh (2021) PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES TO CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES CURRICULUM Implications on Students’ Character Formation. Franciscan Kolbe press. ISBN 978-9914-708-31-8

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School Community The administration, staff, and students form the school community. The school community is the home for role modelling and proper upbringing of students focusing on their proper cognitive, affective and psychomotor development. The teachers’ innovative pedagogical approaches help the students for this holistic development. There has been a call for secondary schools in Nigeria as citadel of learning to offer holistic education to students in order to equip them morally, socially and intellectually for the demands of the 21st Century. Secondary schools are places where the character of the adolescents is moulded. Good character is the life of right conduct in relation to oneself and to others. The choices that the student makes here is of paramount importance in judging his or her character. Therefore, good character constitutes knowing the good, desiring the good and doing the good. Based on this statement therefore, the school as a citadel of character formation of students needs to be more committed in promoting personal and social responsibility in the learner. The school needs to help the learner develop good character traits and moral virtues of honesty, trust, cooperation, respect, responsibility, hope, determination, and loyalty. Some organised societies like the United States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK) have seen the need for character formation of students. T

Item Type: Book
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BL Religion
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: mrs chioma hannah
Date Deposited: 04 Nov 2021 10:38
Last Modified: 04 Nov 2021 10:38

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