A Study on Moral Judgement of B.Ed. Teacher Students in Relation to Demographic Variables By Praseeda V


In this study, B.Ed. (Bachelor of Education) education majors’ moral judgment is compared to several demographic variables. Moral judgment is a crucial component of teachers’ professional growth because they are responsible for shaping the moral and ethical principles of the future generation. An improved knowledge of the factors that influence moral judgment can aid in the creation of efficient teacher training programs and the promotion of ethical behavior in educational settings. The goal of this study is to determine the effects of age, gender, educational attainment, and socioeconomic status on the moral judgment of B.Ed. teacher students. The knowledge gathered from this investigation into the moral development of future educators can be used to inform educational policy and practice.

Keywords: moral judgement, B.Ed. (bachelor of education), demographic variable, teacher

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