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by: Mr. Nelle Greenholt


Mr. Nelle Greenholt

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mr. Nelle Greenholt on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDTE 226 at California State University - Sacramento taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see /class/218840/edte-226-california-state-university-sacramento in Education and Teacher Studies at California State University - Sacramento.




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Date Created: 10/05/15
Values Education By Andy Lopez amp Debbie Williams How is this topic de ned Values education provides guiding principles and tools for the development of the whole person recognizing that the individual is comprised of physical intellectual emotional and spiritual dimensions httpwwwlivingvaluesnet What are its components There are 12 Living Values Cooperation Freedom Happiness Honesty Humility Love Peace Respect Responsibility Simplicity Tolerance Unity What is the difference between learning topicsskills and teaching these topicsskills Values need not be taught directly through character education curriculum In order to teach values one needs to understand more deeply the role values play in their own life and to learn skills to create a valuesbased atmosphere Teachers need to attend workshops in the areas of values awareness creating a valuesbased atmosphere and skills for creating such an atmosphere They need to explore the development of values the emotional needs of children cooperative collaboration and communication in the classroom using values activities with children positively building behaviors and establishing a balance where there is both law and love In order to learn about values students need to participate in ageappropriate activities that promote selfesteem critical thinking emotional intelligence and creative expressionithe necessary wellspring of skills that will enable children to respond positively to an everchanging and diverse society Are there strategies andor models for these topics Recommendations to Teachers for the Teaching of Values in Secondary Schools httpwwwhihoneiptaku77refertitushtm Educate the whole person by focusing on student knowledge behavior and feeling Choose content which honors and rewards virtue in exemplars and encourage re ection on values content Use quotes pledges codes and guidelines Communicate clear consistent sincere high expectations for students Develop students39 skills in resisting peer pressure maintaining selfrespect and resolving con icts in nonviolent ways Be a good role model through positive personal example Use and require respectful language Use the creation of and evenhanded enforcement of just classroom rules to teach core values compassion courage courtesy fairness honesty kindness loyalty perseverance respect and responsibility Reinforce the diligent work and virtuous behavior of students with praise and appreciation Correct unethical immoral and disrespectful behavior or become an enabler Have students work together cooperatively in heterogeneous groups Involve peers parents and community Encourage student involvement in community service Teach don39t preach From the Social Family of teaching models teachers may use role playing dialogues using con ict resolution and stories and partners in learning strategies From the Information Processing Models teachers may use mind mapping graphic organizer re ecting guided imagery writing artistic expression and discussion From the Personal Family of models teachers may use nondirective teaching to personalize the values curriculum for the student What makes a model a model What phases should be included Are these quotsinglequot models or quotmetaquot 0r quotmegaquot models What is the syntax social system principles of reaction and support system A model of teaching is a description of a learning environment It provides learning tools to the students A model for teaching values would include a combination of some of the other models Phase 1 Awareness of values creating a valuesbased atmosphere Phase 11 Values activities role playingcon ict resolution amp stories mind mapping re ecting guided imagery writing artistic expression discussion Phase III Sharing values and living a valuesbased life Syntax Social System Principles of Reaction Why are some of these not included in Joyce and Weil What rationale might we provide to persuade them to include these models in future editions In order to teach values one would have to use a combination of several strategies from different families of models Joyce and Weil could have a chapter in the Personal Family models section that shows how the different models strategies can be used in combination with each other


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