Educational Act

Posted on April 17, 2019 By

Ethics and MORAL in the PEDAGOGY of the educational Act ethics and morality plays a very important role in a good pedagogical teacher training in the Education Act. To delve into the subject, it is very important to have clear concepts of ethics, moral pedagogy and training. The contributions of Greek philosophy are large base in our current society and of approaches to Nietzsche returns to: Ethics has to do with the subject, is a good way to wisdom of the action. I.e. be wise is to be able to distinguish things that concern him, puts his will in the things that the can act. Therefore, ethics is part of the philosophy, ordered existence practice to the representation of good commissioning scenes.

Some philosophers authors of the modern era, determine that: for Descartes the subject is the main view ethical Kant believes that ethics is synonymous with morals, relates the action – subjective representing it with a universal law. Hegel: Unlike ethics and morality; Ethics as immediate action and morality as the Insider action. Therefore, ethics is the reflection on human behaviour and need that ethical behavior is born of an inner conviction and not an external imposition. Ethics means how situations that determines all ethical acts. You can take as the law of our consciousness, i.e. If we question ourselves about our ethical behavior, we must ask ourselves whether our actions are normal or not. Example: If a teacher is to teach a group of students in a State of drunkenness, ethics questions whether the Act is good or bad knowing that the teacher is in charge of training in values and therefore it must set an example. Morality is defined as the set of values, rules and regulations that govern our behaviour in a particular field which may be social, political, religious, educational, in other words, the discipline, conduct and behaviors that people, have in b are rules and standards that govern us.