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Title: Parental care and child moral development through religious education in selected primary school of Nakawa division- Kampala district
Authors: Judith, Nakamwadda Ali
Keywords: Education
Parental care
Child moral development
Religious education
selected primary school
Nakawa division- Kampala district
Issue Date: Dec-2010
Publisher: Kampala international international: College of Education, open and distance learning
Abstract: This study aims at identifying and creating awareness of dangers hindering the parental care and child moral development through religious education in the sample school. The data for the study were collected through random selected sample school from the ten primary school in the whole areas. Other tools were questionnaires individual interviews, oral discussions and tests observation data was analyzed through tables and alphabets. Results show that all correspondents were aware of the great decline in the child parental care moral development through religious education in the moral development of the sample area. Uganda ministry of Education make sure that teachers of religious education implement the teaching of moral values in their classes due to such of methods in techniques approaches of to teach morals education lessons especially in lower classes. Teachers should help the child to identify and practice positive morals, parents, communities leaders, church leaders, society, neighbor/neighborhood should encourage parental care and child moral development through religious education by discouraging characteristics sighted above and life style which does not facilitate for smooth parental care and child moral development through religious education which are the mother of moral decay in the sample school area. Therefore parental care and child moral development through religious education shall be more achievement through integration of parental and child's social areas within the child's circulation. Example homes, school, church, neighborhood, society and school, peer groups, good role models from the grownups, parents, neighbors, through interaction in social activities based on the child basic needs background environment and practices and experiences.
Description: A research report submitted to the faculty of education in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of degree in primary education and guidance and counseling of Kampala international university
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/7697
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