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Values and the curriculum: theory and practice

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Values and the curriculum: theory and practice

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Contents

 
Preface i
Table of Contents ii
INTRODUCTION
Seeking a whole among the threads
Cyril Selmes
2
Chapter One: PROCESS OR PRODUCT?
Shared values
Neville Stewart
7
Creating a shared values charter
Neville Stewart
10
Displaying our assumptions
Roger Harris
12
The process of valuing
Roger Harris
13
Towards an ethos for NAVET 15
Chapter Two: WHAT OTHER VALUES?
Value for people
David Clark
17
Values learning and school achievement
Chris Pack
19
Legislation and education, 1979-91: values based?
Brian Unwin
24
Chapter Three: VALUES IN SPECIFIC CURRICULUM AREAS
Tough love versus acid rain
Howard Kennedy
28
A religious dimension in education?
Roy Niblett
30
Towards an education in beliefs and values
Veronica Williams
32
Religious education: values and pluralism
Andrew Bolton
34
Values, science and technology
Anne Riggs
37
Values, technology and science - some issues for the 1990s
Vic Lally
40
A values in education elective in a PGCE course
Cyril Selmes
43
Chapter Four: AN ETHOS AND ALTERNATIVE VISION
Values in conflict situations
Rachel Jenkins
47
Chapter Five: ALTERNATIVE VISIONS OR FUTURES
Celebrating comprehensive values
Neville Stewart
51
The road to moral maturity
James Hemming
53
Values and the school. A praxis-based approach
Dick Crean
56

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