Analysis of Meta-Ethical Relationships
AbstractOne of the most prominent aspects of educational relationships between instructors and students in school systems is related to observation of metaethics. This article has investigated the impact of perceptual consequential end results on students’ learning synergy in a dysfunctional society. Instructors and school authorities need to synergize their intellectual power with meta-ethical principles in order to solve students’ societal misbehavior and connect them with the current trends of socialization. Specifically, this article has analyzed five models of educational relationships between instructors and students: (1) parental educational model, (2) architectural engineering educational model, (3) priestly humanitarian educational model, (4) collegial educational social model, and (5) contractual covenant educational model.