Innovating the Mode of Moral Education: Barriers and Strategies

Danzhi Duojie


This paper first investigates into the three basic features for school moral education modes and social moral education modes respectively, then analyzes in-depth the source of barriers for school moral education based on clarifying the relationship between moral education mode and moral education barriers, and finally proposes the fundamental strategies for elimination of the


Moral; Education mode; Social education; School education

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