“I am trying to save our lives,” says Alexei, who expresses his passion for saving their lives in two styles. One was personal and the other was towards children who he taught. While he defied the custom treatment of Indian education, and also while he had arguments to shut up his mouth towards answer questions in class of the non-Indian teacher. He was hopefully that his people would change their attitudes towards education. That to me is a reason why he should be a teacher to his people.
He taught them some of life's valuable lessons and morals to go by. Atticus seemed to allow Jem and Scout quite a bit of freedom. I think this is because he felt that they should learn to live their own lives and if that meant them making mistakes and learning from them. Atticus resembles the typical well mannered father from the 1930's. There is a big difference between how people behaved back then and how they do today.
I can only imagine how an instructor would have felt to be the mentor of Malcolm, if he had an instructor. It would have made the instructor's true purpose in which he/she went in the profession to come true. The purpose of changing ones life through education. To hand down knowledge to another human being is as if the instructor give a part of him/herself to the student. Due to Malcolm’s self education he continued to developed his mind.
Nietzsche says, in his second essay, the primary objection to ascetic ideals is that ascetic priests must deny the value of this life; he portrays it as a link to the next life, rather than appreciating life as an end in itself. An objection to this claim, being unselfish, caring for the weak, loving one’s neighbor, submitting to “god,” might be better for the health of the community and may even have evolutionary benefits, even though in nature it does seem like the weak get “chosen”. As far as a moral life, they are at the same time a weak people because they have denied life for so long. In the long run the ascetic
As our text states, a consultant must be particularly careful to maintain appropriate boundaries, I believe with consultant once must possessive certain traits such as being an experts that can handle the problem. Explain the importance of the three roles and their use with supervisees. As a teacher the supervisee role is to teach the students the basic counseling skills needed, also I feel as a teacher the supervisees assumes no responsibility of the students in training. For the counselor, I believe they are responsible for providing the information about the profession and practice as well making sure they are aware of the ethical standards and or providing competent counseling. As a supervisee the counselor should make sure they help with personal adjustment as well as developmental problems that may arise.
He would ask them questions to make them think. This helped his student get to their own conclusions instead of him telling them what was right and what was wrong. He wanted to teach his students because they wanted to learn from him. Socrates did not teach this way because he wanted to go against the social norm. He taught this way because he believed it to be right.
Kohlberg and Gilligan have differences in their theories of moral/ethical development. One of the main issues Gilligan has with Kohlberg’s research is the fact that he only studied males and feels the results were biased against women. Since Kohlberg was an actual student of Piaget, he set up his theory in stages similar to his teacher. Kohlberg believes that morality is justice based and has developed 3 stages, 2 levels each, of moral development. The first stage is the pre-conventional stage: Children unquestionably obey rules set for them and then move into a flexibility of the rules based on individual influence.
According to the Bible; whoever spares the rod hater their children, but the one who loves their children is careful to discipline Proverbs 13:24("Bible Gateway", n.d.).. The Bible also states that we should train up a child in the way they should do: when he is old he will not depart from it Proverbs 22:16 ("Bible Gateway", n.d.).. Ethically I do think that I make the right decisions regarding my children; however, since studying ethics, I do think that there was better way to handle the situation when being confronted about how I raise my children. Acting in an ethical manner is very important to the person that we become, the ethical theory that I seem to follow more often than not
I may have an inclination for an object as the effect of my proposed action, but I cannot have respect for it, just for this reason, that it is an effect and not an energy of will. ” What you do out of duty does not include inclinations. Your good will cannot be judged by what you do, but why you did what you did. Inclinations are not respected, only acting out of duty can be respected. c) “Categorical Imperative: Those actions are right that conform to principles one can consistently will to be principles for everyone, and those actions wrong that are based on maxims that a rational creature could not will that all persons should follow” Kant says that an act is only right or moral if it is right for everyone.
Twain finds it important for the youth to realize that they must begin thinking for themselves rather than listening to those in authority or simply just others in general. Moral lessons may be taught or realized by self, and does not necessarily have to be swallowed by teachers, parents, etcetera. In this satire, Twain gives the solid, moral advice to listen to yourself rather than take on moral lessons from others, as what seems to be the truth does not always prevail. From the satire, one realizes that Twain truly believes in moral behavior, as he jokes that he has not learned how to "practice this gracious and beautiful art." And art it is, not reality.