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Moral Literacy in Teaching

The Ethical Teacher

Campbell, E. (2010). The Ethical Teacher. Maidenhead, UK: jointly published by McGraw-Hill Education Asia and the East China Normal University Press.

The ethics of teaching as a moral profession

Campbell, E. (2008). The ethics of teaching as a moral profession. Curriculum Inquiry, 38(4), 357-385.

Challenges in fostering ethical knowledge as professionalism within teaching communities

Campbell, E. (2005). Challenges in fostering ethical knowledge as professionalism within teaching communities. International Journal of Educational Change, 6(3), 207-226.

Ethical knowledge and moral agency as the essence of applied professional ethics in teaching

Campbell, E. (2004). Ethical knowledge and moral agency as the essence of applied professional ethics in teaching. Professional Studies Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1(1), 29-38.

Moral lessons: The ethical role of teachers

Campbell, E. (2003). Moral lessons: The ethical role of teachers. Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice, 9(1), 25-50.

Developing moral literacy in the classroom

Zdenek, B., & Schochor, D, (2007). Developing moral literacy in the classroom. Journal of Educational Administration, 45(4), 514 – 532.