Values Education in the NAVET Papers – Part 2
A compilation of Volumes VI – X of the Journal of
the National Association of Values in Education and Training (NAVET) –
May 1992 to November 1994
ISBN 1 898896 17 8
Compiled by William M. Robb PhD, DEd
The thirty-four papers on values education in this
volume deal with practical teaching issues and the theoretical
development of the subject. The authors reflect not for reflecting’s
sake but to relate values education to real life and topical situations.
These members of NAVET were keen to share knowledge and experiences with
the aims of:
• gaining a better understanding of values
education and how it can help people lead better lives.
• finding ways to apply this knowledge – not just in schools, but in
all educational institutions, the voluntary sector and the workplace.
Just a few of the papers include Values and Ethics in
Outdoor Education, Would Managers be More Effective if they Acted
According to Human Values?, A Tutorial Exercise in Values Clarification,
Pioneering Values and Valuing in a College of Higher Education and The
Values Trap in Personal and Social Education.
This volume, together with part 1 and
part 3 will be a valuable addition to a
library collection on values education.