Aristotle developed rules that have been used from his time to the present in logical reasoning, a basic form of reaching conclusions that is constantly used in every mathematical, scientific and philosophical discipline. It is clear that Aristotle wanted education to be done through reason and for students to have an active role in their education. Like I stated before that Aristotle stated “Anything that we have to learn to do we learn by the actual doing of it… (Aristotle Niconachean Ethics, Book II, p.91) this also relates to Montessori from my studies it is clear that in Montessori environment children learn from doing by working with natural materials. Nel Noddings findings and theories are fairly modern compared to those such as Plato and Aristotle, and her work can be applied to the ethical reasoning in modern media. Nel Noddings (1993) stated that moral education is a community-wide enterprise and not a task exclusively reserved for home, church or school. Furthermore, it has for us a dual meaning. It refers to education which is moral in the sense that those planning and conducting education will strive to meet all those involved morally and it refers to and education that will enhance the ethical ideal of those being educated so that they will continue to meet others morally (Noddings, N. 1995) according to Noddings when moral education is discussed in modern day terms, its roots can always be traced to Aristotle. Nodding also states that “the great merit of Aristotle’s ethics is its connection to everyday, real life. Aristotle also addressed questions of concern to all human beings in the actual conduct of their lives.Plato’s theory of moral education is delivered in a dramatic, dialogue format which in terms of allegories and similes for example the cave, the sun and the divided line.As I indicated before in this paper, Aristotle was the first philosopher to write a treatise on ethics as a discipline. Even though Socrates was the first moral philosopher, he never formulated, or wrote down, any of his ideas.