Exploring The Role Of Teachers And Curriculum For Moral Development Among The Studdents Of Primary Schools

Authors

  • Narjis Unar
  • Nasreen Hussain
  • Shahnawaz Tunio
  • Nancy Joseph Lobo
  • Rukshanda Jabeen
  • Fozia Unar

Abstract

This paper presents qualitative findings regarding the curriculum and teachers' influence on students' development. Using Explanatory research design 170 respondents expressed that a robust curriculum should include interactive and engaging activities. Teachers serve as role models, impacting students' personality and academic progress. Effective curriculum design should focus on intentional skill-building activities. Teachers' ability to incorporate ethics into their teaching is crucial, but it can be challenging for untrained teachers. Instilling moral values in children requires motivation, patience, beliefs, and effective teaching methods. Teacher motivation is vital as it guides their teaching behavior. Teachers play a significant role in student's education, with students showing a positive attitude when teachers exhibit inspiring and exemplary behavior.

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2024-03-14

How to Cite

Unar, N. ., Hussain, N. ., Tunio, S. ., Lobo, N. J. ., Jabeen, R. ., & Unar, F. (2024). Exploring The Role Of Teachers And Curriculum For Moral Development Among The Studdents Of Primary Schools. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 1168–1178. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9583

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