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In partnership with Richard Duschl, Kenneth B. Waterbury Chaired professor in secondary education, the Rock Ethics Institute is organizing the Waterbury Lecture Series on Moral Development. Through this lecture series, we will generate discussion on the nascent cognitive and social skills in early childhood that build out pathways for both ethical and epistemic reasoning and decision-making, as well as models of ethics education and learning that are best suited to productively meet and advance these developmental pathways.
Where: Garden Room, The Center for Spiritual and Ethical Development
In this talk, Dr. Smetana will discuss psychological research from constructivist perspective that examines young children’s developing understanding of morality as distinct from other types of social rules. Emerging Moral Minds: The Development of Moral Judgments In Early Childhood - Read More…
Where: 102 Paterno Library, University Park, PA 16802
Presented by Dr. Larry Nucci, Professor, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley Nice is Not Enough: Providing the Foundation for Lifelong Moral Development - Read More…