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    • FOUNDATIONS OF VALUES EDUCATION A LECTURE ON VALUES EDUCATION FOR EDUCATORS May 21, 2011
    • INTRODUCTION
        • The development of a healthy self-concept is the very foundation of Values Education
        • the development of values involves a process
    • HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOURSELF?
    • The Johari Window 1 OPEN/FREE AREA 2 BLIND AREA 3 HIDDEN AREA 4 UNKNOWN AREA
    • Why do we pretend?
        • To adapt
        • Social Acceptance
        • Misinterpretation
        • Inferiority Complex
        • In the process of maturation or changing for the better
    • SELF CONCEPT ORGANIZED PERCEPTION OF ONE’S SELF
    • ORIGINS OF THE SELF
        • Reaction of Others
        • Comparison with Others
        • Socio-Cultural Role
        • Identification with Models
    • Characteristics of the Self
        • The self is an other-oriented self
        • The self never assumes an inflexible character
    • Self-Esteem and Self-Concept Which is which?
    • Persons with High Self-Esteem
        • Likely to think well of others
        • Expect to be accepted by others
        • Evaluate their performance favorably
        • Perform well when being watched by others and not afraid of others’ reaction
        • Inclined to feel comfortable with superiors
        • Able to defend themselves against negative comments
    • Functions of Self-Disclosure
        • Gain information about another person.
        • Predict the thoughts and actions of the people we know.
        • Learn about how another person thinks or feels.
        • Practice in the norm of reciprocity.
        • Deepens trust in the relationship.
        • Makes one feel better about himself and his relationship with others.
    • Requirements of Self Disclosure
        • Openness
        • honesty
        • sincerity
        • analysis
        • going out
    • Appropriateness of Self Disclosure
        • it results to feedback
        • It is reciprocated
        • It is not a random or isolated act but rather a part of an ongoing relationship
    • Your future goal... What’s instore for the teachers of the future?
    • What are values? How do we develop our values?
    • The 7 Steps of Valuing
        • Choosing freely
        • Choosing from alternatives
        • Choosing after considering consequences
        • Cherishing the choice
        • Publicly affirming the choice
        • acting upon the choice
        • acting repeatedly and consistently
    • The Moral Recovery Program “ The task of teachers in all levels is to integrate values in their daily lessons.”
    • Teaching Values in any Levels
        • When do we start?
        • Finding Time
        • Single Parents
        • Television
        • Religion
        • Sexuality
        • Working Together
    • Value Education Approaches
        • Inculcation
        • Moral Development
        • Analysis
        • Value Clarification
        • Action Learning
    • Let’s Get Ready!!! The war against bad conduct and wrong sets of values is now…and you are on the forefront as teachers.
    • The End