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InteractiveAttitude and   Values      neal lasta
BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION1. Children learn what they live   a. Develop self-confidence   b. Respect to one another  ...
BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION  f. More content with school  g. Parents can speak to  them about values  h. They seem a l...
BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION     k. Children know why they     are learning     l. Children understand their own     co...
BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION  o. Teacher’s job is more interesting  p. Relationships in the  school are really strong  ...
WHY the School Used Values Ed   a. Academic achievement rises as   well; according to research. b. Every child is importan...
Parents thoughts   a. Better behavior at home   b. Values are a fundamental   part of society; school   embracing it and t...
Do teachers value model at home andschool?   a. Planning ….   b. Respect …    c. Teachers become much    more thoughtful  ...
Would you recommend valueseducation to other schools?   a. Society will break down without   values, because the family br...
They All Say..          Happy     Responsible          Respect      Truth          Honesty     Caring
How to introduce this to school?           • Share vision           • Talk to all key stakeholders about this           • ...
IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING VALUES
YES!
Learning how to learn
YOUR CRITICAL ROLE ASMODELS IN AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM CANNOT BE   OVER-EMPHASIZED
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
Interactive attitude and values
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Interactive attitude and values

  1. 1. InteractiveAttitude and Values neal lasta
  2. 2. BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION1. Children learn what they live a. Develop self-confidence b. Respect to one another and community c. Children behave more freely d. Understanding e. Lots of please and thank you’s
  3. 3. BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION f. More content with school g. Parents can speak to them about values h. They seem a lot happier i. They know how to behave well in class j. Increase in academic achievement
  4. 4. BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION k. Children know why they are learning l. Children understand their own contribution to their learning m. Look at the way they enact with other childrenn. School is a more nurturingenvironment
  5. 5. BENEFITS OF VALUES in EDUCATION o. Teacher’s job is more interesting p. Relationships in the school are really strong q. EMPATHY
  6. 6. WHY the School Used Values Ed a. Academic achievement rises as well; according to research. b. Every child is important c. Values dropped out of the communities over the years
  7. 7. Parents thoughts a. Better behavior at home b. Values are a fundamental part of society; school embracing it and taking it on board is a good thing.
  8. 8. Do teachers value model at home andschool? a. Planning …. b. Respect … c. Teachers become much more thoughtful d. Firm but faire. Students ask parents, “are youshowing patience at the moment?”
  9. 9. Would you recommend valueseducation to other schools? a. Society will break down without values, because the family breaks down. b. When parents are asked, what do you like your children to be?
  10. 10. They All Say.. Happy Responsible Respect Truth Honesty Caring
  11. 11. How to introduce this to school? • Share vision • Talk to all key stakeholders about this • Key stakeholders include: parents, teachers, students, community
  12. 12. IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING VALUES
  13. 13. YES!
  14. 14. Learning how to learn
  15. 15. YOUR CRITICAL ROLE ASMODELS IN AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM CANNOT BE OVER-EMPHASIZED

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