problem1. Briefly illustrate Kolhberg’s views on Moral education.
problem2. Illustrate the concepts of autonomous and heteronomous morality as put forward through Piaget.
problem3. Support the claim that Kolhberg’s theory of Moral development is not the suitable framework for developing a moral education module for lower secondary students in Mauritius.
problem4. Illustrate the term cognitive dissonance.
problem5. How can cognitive dissonance act as powerful motivator?
problem6. How can the Attribution theory be employ to motivate learners in classroom?
problem7. In brief outline Robert Stenberg's theory of Triarchic Intelligence.
problem8. In brief describe Honey and Mumford’s (1982) typology of learning styles and how you would amalgamate them at classroom level.
problem9. In brief describe the term Zone of Proximal Development and its uses in classroom.