EFFECTIVE MORAL ETHICS EDUCATION AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN PAKISTAN: THE ROLE OF CURRICULUM

Authors

  • Abdur Rahman Lecturer, Ziauddin University, Karachi.
  • Safia Aftab Assistant Professor, Department of Urdu, University of Karachi.
  • Ubaid Ahmed Khan Chairman, Department of Usooluddin, University of Karachi.

Keywords:

Ethical education, Curriculum, Morality, Teleological Approach, Inclusion

Abstract

Ethical Education is an optional subject in lieu of Islamic Studies for non-Muslim students in Pakistan from primary to undergraduate level. The main aim of this study is to discuss factors which can help to design a Moral Ethic curriculum which would assist the teachers to educate an individual with his/her own identity, to assimilated by ethical values with developed moral judgment and behavior established by an individual’s beliefs. Students can show a positive attitude towards themselves and others and be able to work together and support others. In this perspective, we also illustrated that moral education helped those people who respect social norms and behave sensibly in any situation belonged to present or future. Therefore, the main objective of this research paper is to establish the necessary elements that should be the part of an effective Moral Ethics curriculum in order to create a democratic and educational environment where everyone can respect for others’ beliefs and stop violating others’ feelings on the basis of freedom of speech.  In this study, our targeted readers were included teachers of Moral Ethics, policy makers at different levels, and curriculum developers.

Published

2018-06-10

How to Cite

Rahman, A., Aftab, S., & Khan, U. A. (2018). EFFECTIVE MORAL ETHICS EDUCATION AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN PAKISTAN: THE ROLE OF CURRICULUM. The International Research Journal of Usooluddin , 2(1), 1-11. Retrieved from https://irjdu.com/index.php/irjdu/article/view/20

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