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PDF | 3+ hours read | Education has long been recognized as a central element in development. It is considered as a vital input in. PDF | Values education (alternatively, moral education, character education) is the attempt, within schools, to craft pedagogies and supportive. VALUES EDUCATION The term values education can be defined as a multifaceted process of socialization in schools, which transmits dominant social values in.
Smolicz, J. Since the British government, although not recognising or calling it values education, has promoted and respected values in the guise of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development SMSCD leaving the initiative to individual schools to decide how values education standards should be met. The reason has been said to be the lack of innovative teaching approaches such as the discourse pedagogy. A pragmatist proposal. The Indian Government currently promote Values education in its schools.
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