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    Creating Moral Winds and Nurturing Moral Growth in a P4C Classroom Community in Taiwan.Jessica Ching-Sze Wang - 2020 - Journal of Philosophy in Schools 7 (1):16.
    In this paper I provide a theoretical framework for conceptualising the use of moral education in P4C by drawing on Ann Sharp’s work. I use this framework to present my own pedagogical action research in an elementary school in Taiwan. I use both quantitative and qualitative data to document students’ moral growth. The results indicate that moral education takes place in a morally stimulating environment, namely, a thinking and caring community of inquiry, with a morally-infused approach to doing P4C in (...)
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    Reconstructing Deweyan Democratic Education for a Globalizing World.Jessica Ching-Sze Wang - 2009 - Educational Theory 59 (4):409-425.
    As democratic citizenship education gains importance worldwide, one wonders whether common civic education practices in the United States, such as mock elections, are adequate models for other countries, or whether they fall short of realizing the goal of promoting democracy in different regions and cultures. Despite various controversies, one fundamental question remains: How should we teach democracy? Should we teach it as a system of government or as a way of life? Jessica Ching‐Sze Wang finds inspiration in Dewey's life and (...)
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