What is the role of education in the development of culture?
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May 22, 2019 / By Cher Question:
writing a paper on this, and can't quite put it together.. any information or ideas would help a ton! thanks!!
Best Answers: What is the role of education in the development of culture?
Asceline | 6 days ago
A society is a group of individuals that share many of the same ideas, beliefs, customs, and morality. This group of traits comprises culture. Education is a way of ensuring future generations will be able to function properly within the established culture. Many of our ideas are those of our parents, and others that have raised us from childhood. If a culture is being developed, the leaders of that society would raise people to carry on in the same manner they have, as best they are able.
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Originally Answered: What is good education and what role can school play in providing one?
You need opinion so I shall give it.
Good education is an all round education and is a basis for living, earning and enjoying yourself. I went to a very good school and studied a wide range of subjects and now - later in life, I am astonished which are the most valuable. I have never used a high level of maths and rarely have I needed to dip into Calculus but the idea of it has been helpful in understanding other things. The English language learning has set me in good stead for writing and in reading to a better level than some of my friends who neglected it. All of the sciences have been useful. Latin has helped me considerably.
The best thing a school can do is to provide the facilities for learning this wide range of things. As you get older you will realise that you learn and you don't rely on being taught. A clever person teaches themself.
There is no main role of education in development of culture. Any non-civilized and non-educated groups or countries have a culture. But education can prevent the non-humanitarian and or harmful cultural activities because education helps to think in right direction.
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Education should reflect culture, not lead it to a different arena.
Ex. The desire for Sex Ed classes, multiculturalism, following Muslim beliefs in public schools, bilingual ed., all followed the urging of society or what the administration felt ...
I see the current issues are of admin leading society to accept their pronouncements of what we SHOULD be doing so I rest my case
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I think being educated should be synonymous with being cultured. Education should promote literature, art, music, etc. in order to encourage citizens who are well-rounded, empathic, have critical thinking skills, etc.
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Originally Answered: What might Lawrence Kohlberg's theory of stages of moral development have to say about spiritual development?
Lawrence Kohlberg committed suicide, but I must respect him for helping the Jewish people escape persecution. The God of the Bible is the greatest expert on moral development and Kohlberg's stages can undergo outside evil spirits and therefore change his stages. He seems to think moral development cannot go backwards. We don't wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Eph 6:12 If we do not wear the full armor of God at all times at any level of moral development we can be attacked and go backwards. Coming out from under an evil state of mind can often be impossible without the intervention of God Almighty.