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Successes And Struggles Of A Values Education Organisation

(NAVET) 1989 – 1996

ISBN 1 898896 12 7

 

Successes And Struggles Of A Values Education Organisation

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Successes And Struggles Of A Values Education Organisation

Collected Newsletters Of The National Association Of Values In Education
And Training (NAVET) 1989 – 1996
ISBN 1 898896 12 7

Compiled by William M. Robb PhD, DEd

This collection of 60 short articles, 24 book reviews and 10 letters is a valuable resource for teachers and researchers of values education. In the 130 pages of the NAVET newsletters you’ll find gems of information about people’s thoughts on values education and their attempts to practise it. There are also insights into the struggle involved in promoting an activity which has so much potential for good but is taking time to be accepted because it is well ahead of its time.

This wealth of information and experience is now captured in this volume and will help educators and researchers in their values education teaching and research. The volume is also a unique historical record of how the founders of the values education movement in the United Kingdom were thinking.

The National Association of Values in Education (NAVET) was the realisation of a dream of two wonderful, caring men - Neville Stewart, headteacher of Deeside Community High School in Clwyd, Wales and Roger Harris, headteacher of Woodbrook Vale High School, Leicester.

Both these men knew that to reach their full potential in life, children (and adults for that matter) have to act according to universal human values. Neville and Roger glimpsed the synergy that could result if the various organisations and interested parties in values education could be brought together. And that’s what they set out to do.
 

 

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