Journal of Research in Character Education

Journal of Research in Character Education
Volume 9, No. 1, 2013
The Journal of Research in Character Education serves an audience of researchers, policymakers, teacher educators, and school practitioners concerned with the development of character education as efforts to help young people develop good character, which includes knowing about, caring about, and acting on core ethical values such as fairness, honesty, compassion, responsibility, and respect for self and others. 

Articles:

  • School and Moral Justice: The School Development Program as a Case Study (Based on 2010 Kohlberg Memorial Lecture, Association for Moral Education), James P. Comer
  • Assessing Qualities of Moral Classroom Conversations in the Domain of Citizenship Education: A Virtue Ethical Approach, Frank Willems, Eddie Denessen, Chris Hermans, and Paul Vermeer
  • Social-Emotional and Character Development Scale: Development and Initial Validation With Urban Elementary School Students, Peter Ji, David L. DuBois, and Brian R. Flay
  • Moral Motivation, Moral Judgment, and Antisocial Behavior, Jeff Brooks, Tonia Bock, and Darcia Narvaez

Voices
Evaluating Educational Interventions: An Educators’ Toolkit for Designing Effective Research Studies, Carol K. Holtzapple, J. Suzy Griswold, and Lissa Weidenfeller


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