100 ways to enhance values and morality in schools and youth settings

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Allyn and Bacon, 1995 - Education - 269 pages
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Appropriate for use at all levels from elementary school through college, this unique guide combines the best field-tested approaches to values, character, citizenship, and moral education into a single comprehensive, easy-to-implement model for contemporary values education. This model incorporates time-tested methods for instilling and modeling traditional values such as respect, responsibility, and compassion with more modern methods aimed at helping students learn to think for themselves, make their own responsible decisions, and develop the skills needed for good citizenship and moral literacy. This is a timely and significant book packed with 100 specific strategies, hundreds of practical ideas, dozens of thought-provoking cartoons and quotes, and numerous examples from real elementary and secondary schools. Designed to work hand in hand with a teacher's current academic, subject matter objectives, this approach does not depend on a separate module or curriculum focused on values. The author explains how teachers can integrate values education and subject matter learning so they enhance one another, and provides numerous examples of subject matter activities and lessons that also meet the objectives of a values program. These activities are effective, motivating, and interesting for students and teachers -- they make the classroom come alive. K-12 Classroom Teachers. A Longwood Professional BookAlso available in casebound: ISBN: 0-205-16411-0 Title Code: H64116.

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An Overview of Values Education Approaches
Comprehensive Values Education
Facilitating Values and Moral Development

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Kirschenbaum is an Adjunct Faculty Member in the Department of Education and Human Development, State University of New York, Brockport.

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