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Degeneration of values due to the misuse of inventions and technology Pursuing short-cuts to success (fair or foul) Emerging individualism Growing extremism and chauvinism Developing pessimism Escalating intolerance Being more fascinated by the hierarchal position than the strength of one’s character. Educating children for grades rather than for knowledge Slide 7: Values Slide 8: Truthfulness Belief in God Honesty Cooperation Forgiveness Kindness to young Respect for elders Love for all Tolerance Patience Religious Values Slide 9: Universal Values Universal Values are values that a great many human beings in the vast majority of places and situations, at almost all times, do in fact hold in common, whether consciously and explicitly or as expressed in their behavior. (Berlin) Slide 10: Personal Ethics: Care and compassion for others Respect for the autonomy of others Trustworthiness and honesty Being just and fair Abiding by the law Universal Values Slide 11: Universal Values Professional Ethics Slide 12: Global Ethics: Global justice Interdependence and responsibility for the ‘whole’ Social responsibility Concern for environmental issues Universal Values Slide 13: Faith Cleanliness Helpfulness Co-operation Contentment Health Sportsmanship Values Incorporated in The City School Curriculum and Co-curricular Activities Slide 14: Responsibility Freedom Peace Harmony Environment Care Pride Values Incorporated in The City School Curriculum and Co-curricular Activities Slide 15: How these Values have been Incorporated School Development Plan Student-Exchange Programme In-service Training Programmes Addresses of Inspiring Guest Speakers Revising Existing Curriculum Leadership Programme Classroom Teaching Publication of Newsletter / Magazine School Assembly Presentations Workshops for Parents Workshops for Students Monthly Projects on Values Slide 16: Future Framework Short story and debate contests based on moral values Inviting inspiring role models from all walks of life to address students Workshops for parents & students on inculcating values Active participation of print & electronic media for the promotion of value based education Slide 17: Future Framework Creating further awareness on value based education Strengthening and continuing with existing practices of values Expanding the scope of community and social services carried out by our students / schools Organising exhibitions on value based themes Holding art and poetry contests on values Slide 18: a tolerant society respect and acceptance of diversity rise in a moral fibre of children as well as youth the care about environment, living beings and human beings After the reaffirmation of Value Based Education, the intended outcome will be: Slide 19: promotion of social justice international peace and prosperity positive thinking law abiding nation harmonious and peaceful life After the reaffirmation of Value Based Education, the intended outcome will be: Slide 20: “Let there become of you a nation that shall call for righteousness, enjoin justice and forbid evil. Such men will surely triumph.” (The Holy Quran 3:104) Concluding Thought You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.