Education as Cultural Data-System Development through Teaching and Upbringing


A cultural approach to cultural values in education through theory and practice of teaching-upbringing seeks to build knowledge about cultural changing role in today’s multicultural society, we mean as a sustainable development world. Cultural values today- intellectual and spiritual treasure of intercultural generations While there are tensions and misunderstanding within and across societies, intercultural engagement through correct professional and innovative cultural teaching is becoming more and more important as intellectual vehicle for cooperation and peace. National traditions, scientific discoveries, history and literature, etc.- remain active about education and creating a real leadership in classroom and family. Cultural values serve as traditional sources of hope and stability, provide opportunity for the disadvantaged .Professional teaching provides durable intellectual and moral order, including social responsibility, integrity and transparency. System of effective pedagogical experiments, being worked out and approbated on different stages and levels with students and adults was very productive and resulted in promoting dialogue across national traditions, advance the interdisciplinary study of Culture in connection with different sciences. The different cultural traditions for learning approach ethical guestions in diverse but related ways: Peace-Violence; Insiders-Outsiders; Kindness-Evil; Justice-Injustice , etc .Culture as an effective method of professional and personal perfection for a sustainable development world is a true creative way of personal and national establishment of cultural intellect on the principles of Common Sense, Knowledge, Reliability, Responsibility, Wisdom, Beauty and Peace.

Author Information
Marina Azarenkova, Transport Academy, Russia

Paper Information
Conference: ACE2015
Stream: Education for sustainable development

This paper is part of the ACE2015 Conference Proceedings (View)
Full Paper
View / Download the full paper in a new tab/window

Comments & Feedback

Place a comment using your LinkedIn profile


Share on activity feed

Powered by WP LinkPress

Share this Research

Posted by James Alexander Gordon