with the "decision-making" or "moralrnreasoning" approach. This construct resultedrnin a "non-directive" method reminiscentrnof the Rogerian psychoanalyticrnschool and was aimed at "empowering"rnthe pupil to "discover" for himself whatrnis "right" in any given moral situation.rnThis represented, as Professor Kilpatrickrnnotes, the transmogrification of educationrnfrom a didactic exercise into psychology . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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