In-School Morality Development Project 2019-10-10T16:16:03+00:00

In-School Morality Development Project

The objective of the In-School Morality Development Project is to promote good moral behaviors in schools. The In-School Morality Development Project was transferred to be under Yuvabadhana Foundation on January 2, 2019. Currently there are 500 participating schools. The Project seeks to expand further.

In-School Morality Development Project

The objective of the In-School Morality Development Project is to promote good moral behaviors in schools. The In-School Morality Development Project was transferred to be under Yuvabadhana Foundation on January 2, 2019. Currently there are 500 participating schools. The Project seeks to expand further.

Cooperation to Build Morality in Schools

The In-School Morality Development Project emphasizes school participation. Through this Project, students, teachers, school administrators, parents, the Education Committee, and the community as a whole are all encouraged to do good deeds. The In-School Morality Development Project will work with school administrators and their chosen teacher and student representatives to ensure success along every step of the way. The goal is to improve the students’ behaviors to meet the schools’ desires, for instance, to reduce unwanted behavior and to foster self-discipline and responsibility.

In-School Morality Development Process

In order for a school to succeed in having a lasting impact on moral development and in having students continue practicing good moral behaviors, these four criteria need to be met:

1.Everyone in the school must actively participate, including students, administrators, teachers, and all other faculty involved.

2.Because the goal is to improve the behaviors of students specifically, the process should start with the students. The school should therefore enact policies tailored to the needs of the students above all.

3.The school must have the participation of more than just staff and students, and so it needs to encourage parents and the surrounding community to play active roles as well.

4.In order to reinforce its lessons of good morals, the school should continue to engage students with good morality. Schools should try to incorporate lessons on good behaviors into all aspects of the curriculum.

Morality School Development Process

Building Good People For Our Society

The In-School Morality Project Can Improve Problematic Behaviors These problematic behaviors include:

  1. Lack of discipline, such as being late to school, skipping school, not following the dress code, inappropriately use of cell phones, and not wearing a helmet when required
  2. Being disorderly, not appropriately lining up, being disrespectful, and using foul language
  3. Lack of responsibility, such as not paying attention in class, cheating on assignments, not doing homework, failing classes, not turning off the water or light after use, not picking up after themselves, not being mindful of others
  4. Lack of honesty, such as stealing, lying, cheating
  5. Risky behavior, such as being aggressive, smoking, drinking alcohol, gambling, fighting, addicting to games, wasting money, destroying public property, bullying, getting pregnant while in school

Volunteer Supervisor: A Factor in the Success of In-School Morality Development

Besides training the teacher and student representatives to understand the In-School Morality Development process, a volunteer supervisor of the Yuvabadhana Foundation will also follow up on and provide consultation to a school once every semester to ensure the school’s success in improving its students’ behaviors in the desired aspects and in reducing unwanted behaviors.

Indicators of Successful In-School Moral Development

A school can evaluate its success of the In-School Morality Development program by observing the following indicators:

  1. Having a process to propel development of morals and ethics that considers good teacher-student relations, overall student happiness, cleanliness of the school, etc.
  2. Having a mechanism and using the Project as a resource, i.e. planning, having a working body, etc.
  3. Increase in desirable behaviors in school
  4. Reduction of undesired behaviors in school
  5. Having a process for participation of the whole school that also involves parents and the community
  6. Having knowledge/innovation in promoting proper morals and ethics in a way that is both creative and accepted
  7. Being a center of education for morality and ethics

Schools Participating with the Project

There are currently 343 schools
across 76 provinces participating in the Project.

Schools actively participating in the Project

Morality Booklet and Participating School Projects

Morality Booklet download
Participating School Projects
Interested in supporting the In-School Morality Development Project
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