Geri Anasayfa


Moral Education in the Family and School or Together - Ways to Develop Cooperation in Moral Education

Nowadays, the elements that direct children to insensitivity and alienation about moral values are increasingly complex, uncontrollable and effective. In order to educate children as good people, the school and families need each other's support. Therefore, there is a need for transformation of school-family cooperation concept in a way that contributes to moral education. What should be emphasized here is that there is a child in the center of cooperation. This study is a qualitative research aiming to provide suggestions that can provide school-family-child cooperation in the field of moral education by revealing the need and understanding of cooperation mentioned above. The ways of cooperation proposed in this research as follows: • At the beginning of the school period, the mutual expectations of the school and parents regarding the development of positive behavior can be clarified and shared with the exchange of views. • The school, family and children can collaborate to prevent the erosion of the value caused by mass communication and social media as much as possible. • Parents can be informed regularly about the content of the moral education process being conducted. • Parents can be included in the school's ethics education process as a participant at home, school, and in social life. • Parents can be appreciated by inviting them to school for their children's positive and exemplary behavior, or by different means of communication, such as letters, personalized messages, and so on. • Parental supervision can be contributed to improve the positive behavior of children in school and to reduce negative behavior. • School-child-family reading groups can be created.

Scholl-family cooperation, moral education, character education, values education, religious educati