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Piaget - Moral

WGU Foundations of Teaching

TermsDefinition, etc.
Piaget's Theory of Moral Development Cognitive stuctures/abilities develop first - these determine the child's ability to reason about social situations. Development occurs in predictable. before age 6, child plays by her own idiosyncratic rules.
Heteronomous Morality Stage (Younger children) behavior is based on relationships of constraint.
Heteronomous Realism Rules seen as inflexible requirements, external to the child, and not open to negotiation. Right = obedience to adults/rules.
heteronomous Badness and Fairness Badness judged in terms of the objective form/sequence of the action. Fairness = adult's decisions. Arbitrary/Severe punishment seen as fair.
Heteronomous Punishment and Justice Punishment is an automatic consequence of the offense; justice is inherent.
Autonomous Morality Stage Moral reasoning based on cooperation and mutual respect.
Autonomous Rational Moral Attitudes Rules are products of mutual agreement, open to negotiation, and made legitimate by personal acceptance/common consent. Right = acting in cooperation and mutual respect.
Autonomous Badness and Fairness Badness is viewed in terms of the person's intentions; fairness is equal treatment and taking into account individual needs.
Autonomous Punishment Punishment is affected by human intention, and the fairness of the punishment is defined by its appropriateness to the offense committed.
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