National and Moral Education
This Minor introduces learners to the latest debates on ideals, practices and issues in national and moral education. Through a reflective-inquiry approach, learners will be able to develop a critical understanding of related concepts and theories. In addition, the Minor intends to enrich participants' knowledge and understanding of important themes and issues related to the family life, morality, values, community and citizenship in Hong Kong; important political, cultural, social and economic themes and issues in China with multiple perspectives and critical understanding. It also provides participants with a basic understanding of the nature and characteristics of the national, moral, value, and related civic education curriculum in Hong Kong secondary schools. Major models, approaches and strategies in designing, implementing and evaluating school and community-based national, moral, value, and civic education will be introduced and critically examined in the local and national context.
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|Course Title||Course Code|
|Students should choose any 5 courses out of the following courses|
|History of Modern China||SSC2038|
|National and Moral Education: Ideals and Practices||SSC2173|
|Local Themes and Issues||SSC3019|
|National Themes and Issues||SSC3174|
|National and Moral Education: Curriculum and Methods
*Will not be offered from 2021/22
|Values Pluralism and Cultural Diversity in Hong Kong||SSC3234|
|Values Education Curriculum Development in Hong Kong Schools||SSC3301|
Any aspect of the course and course offerings (including, without limitation, the content of the Course and the manner in which the Course is taught) may be subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of the University. Without limiting the right of the University to amend the course and its course offerings, it is envisaged that changes may be required due to factors such as staffing, enrolment levels, logistical arrangements and curriculum changes.