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Educational Learning Theories: Chapter 5 Additional Reading

Chapter 5 Additional Reading

Credible Articles on the Internet

Barger, R. (2000). Kohlberg. Retrieved from

Barger, R. N. (2000). Summary and inspiration for Kohlbergs theory of moral development stages. Retrieved from

Crain, W. C. (1985). Theories of development. Retrieved from

Davis, D. (2010). Kohlberg’s moral stages. Retrieved from

Domain based moral education. Retrieved from

Huitt, W. (2004). Values. Educational Psychology Interactive. Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University. Retrieved from

Garrett, J. (2003). Theories of cognitive and moral development. Retrieved from

Kohlberg’s ideas of moral reasoning. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Kohlberg's stages of moral development. (2009). Retrieved from

McLeod, S. (2011). Kohlnberg. Retrieved from

Moral development and moral education: An overview. (n.d.). Retrieved from!about-mde/c1se

Sax, R. (2005). Do the right thing: Cognitive science’s search for a common morality. Retrieved from

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Armon, C., & Dawson, T. L. (1997). Developmental trajectories in moral reasoning across the life span. Journal of Moral Education, 26(4), 433-453.

Baxter, G. D., & Rarick, C. A. (1987). Education for the moral development of managers: Kohlberg's stages of moral development and integrative education. Journal of Business Ethics (1986-1998), 6(3), 243.

Blum, L. (1999). Race, community and moral education: Kohlberg and Spielberg as civic educators. Journal of Moral Education, 28(2), 125-143.

Bruess, B. J., & Pearson, F. C. (2002). The debate continues: Are there gender differences in moral reasoning as defined by Kohlberg? College Student Affairs Journal, 21(2), 38-52.

Henry, S. E. (2001). What happens when we use Kohlberg? His troubling functionalism and the potential of pragmatism in moral education. Educational Theory, 51(3), 259.

Kirschenbaum, H. (1976). Clarifying values clarification: Some theoretical issues and a review of research. Group & Organization Studies (Pre-1986), 1(1), 99.

Kohlberg L. (1966). Moral development in the schools: A developmental view. The School Review, 74(1), 1-30.

Osen, F. K. (1996). Kohlberg’s dormant ghosts: The case of education. Journal of Moral Education, 25(3), 253-273.

Thompson, R., Laible, D., & Ontai, L. (2006). Early understanding of emotion, morality, and the self: Developing a working model. In R. Kail (Ed.), Advances in child development and behavior (Vol. 31). San Diego, CA: Academic. Retrieved from

Weinstock, M., Assor, A., & Broide, G. (2009). Schools as promoters of moral judgment: The essential role of teachers' encouragement of critical thinking. Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 12(1), 137-151.

Books at Dalton State College Library

Sheehy, N. (2004). Fifty key thinkers in psychology. New York, NY: Routledge.

Slater, A., & Quinn, P. C. (2012). Developmental psychology: Revisiting the classic studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Videos and Tutorials

Child development theorists: Freud to Erikson to Spock and beyond. (2009). Retrieved from Films on Demand database.

Khan Academy. (2014). Kohlberg moral development. Retrieved from