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Values Begin At Home

Every parent wants his or her child to be an epitome of values. Be it honesty, generosity, love, compassion, patience, humility or self-discipline – yeah, the list is long – we all want our children to imbibe these values, and grow up to become go...

Why Teach Values?

A good beginning point is realizing how important values are. For a number of years I taught a class on how to start a small business. The very first assignment in the course was to write a personal values statement. Why? Because as the owner of a...

Raising A Moral Child

We’re much more concerned about our children becoming kind, compassionate and helpful. Surveys reveal that in the United States, parents from European, Asian, Hispanic and African ethnic groups all place far greater importance on caring than achie...

What Can Parents Do?

When children are very young, the role of teacher can be most frustrating. Getting a child to sit still long enough for a reasoned lecture or lesson is almost impossible—especially when the child is only newly acquainted with language and the subj...

Re-Introducing Value Education

With NCERT and CBSE making efforts to re-introduce Value Education into the curriculum and schools allotting time for "personality development" and "life skills", this article looks at the role of teachers and schools in bringing "value education"...

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Easy Ways To Instill Good Values

Parenting: How to Instill Good Values in Children - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Three things. Listen without judgment, is being able to allow y...

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Value Education Movies

These series of short films, highlights the importance of value education to children. The first part shows how a teacher patiently corrects the behavior of his students. The second part, through the childhood incidents of our great leaders shows ...

10 Practical Ways To Teach Your Children Right Values

We know that we need to teach values to our children. Respect, kindness, honesty, courage, perseverance, self-discipline, compassion, generosity, dependability. Instilling these values in children will protect them from potentially negative societ...

5 Values You Should Teach Your Child By Age Five

Many parents think that it's premature to teach values to a toddler or preschooler. But that's a misconception. Here are the values that all children should develop by their fifth birthday, and some easy ways to make them stick. For instance, the ...

Value Education To De-Stress Iit Students

Value education has now slowly started becoming a part of the curriculum, with IIT Kharagpur using it as a means to de-stress its students. An all new Vivekananda Center of Excellence is starting at IIT-Kharagpur, funded completely by the Centre,...

How To Teach Your Kids Respect

Sadly, in today's world, we no longer expect that everyone will show respect for others. The good news is that we can teach our kids this critical value -- and in doing so, we'll end up imparting crucial lessons in kindness, consideration, honesty...

How To Teach Honesty To Your Children

Of course, you want your children to be honest. The first step is setting a good example. Yes, this means not getting the kids’ meal even though your kids can pass for 10 and under. It means telling the truth—and making a point of letting them kn...

Now, Value Education Is A Fun Experience

Even as communal hatred and rumour mongering finds an increased audience on online messages, a group of youngsters has come together to link young minds and experts in relevant fields through an online platform. The initiative called Blink: Be the...

Why Teaching Values Isn't Enough

Just teaching you child values isn’t enough. By the time children are 4 years old, they often know certain values--that stealing is wrong, for example. Because kids tend to know values, they often feel patronized by lectures about values or just l...

Emphasis On Cognition Must Be Central To Value Education

Almost everyone is convinced that our education system does not inculcate values; it is accused of being all cognitive, as if the issue of values involves no cognition. And that is one of the problems in value education: if values are not a cog...

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