How to Inspire and Develop Positive Values in your Classroom
Teachers frequently find demands placed on them to implement change to policy and practice. Amidst these changes is the relationship between the child and the teacher. In the desire to cover the curriculum this fundamental issue can be overlooked. This book will help you to redress the balance in manageable and practical ways.
This book will show you how to:
• introduce positive values into your classroom
• be a positive role model to all members of the school community
• explain this approach to others
• maintain a positive outlook in your demanding role.
Contains photocopiable resources and ideas and materials for in-service training.
Paperback. Contains 64 A4 pages.
Neil Hawkes is an experienced teacher and headteacher, and now works as an international consultant in values-based education and leadership. In 2008, he founded the International Values Education Trust to promote the development of values-based organisations around the world.
Contents include: Preface. Why introduce values education? Can you be a positive role model? How you can introduce a values-based curriculum in your classroom. How to maintain a positive reflective manner. How you can create a values-based assembly. The role of reflection and silent sitting. Values education policy and resources. Photocopiable resources