Chapter 1- It’s a Dilemma
Theoretical Foundations of Moral Behavior
Chapter 2- Making Sense of a Complex World: What’s the Right Thing to Do?
What Can Teachers and Parents Do?
Chapter 3- Children as Decision Makers
Thinking and Deciding
Freedom to Choose and Empowerment
Chapter 4- Introduction to the World of Moral Dilemmas
Adult-Child Discussions About Moral Issues
The Value of Small Group Work
Chapter 5- Stories, Mini-Cases, Books, Films and Classroom Incidents
What’s a Case?
Inviting Children’s Stories About Their Own Dilemmas
Children’s Books and Stories
Chapter 6- Putting Moral Behavior into Action
Extracting Meaning from Experience
Chapter 7- Discussion Strategies to Examine Moral Issues
Learning Discussion Skills by Observing the “How” in Action
The Interactive Dialogue
The Teacher/Parent in the Process
Non-defensive Awareness of Self
Chapter 8- Even Children Can Make a Difference
Children Who Make a Difference
About the Author