Investigating the Values Practices Among Students, Teachers and Administrators of Kalawit II District: A Basis for District-Need Based Intervention Program

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  • Marilou R. Gapol Department of Education, Division of Zamboanga del Norte, Kalawit II District, Philippines

Keywords:

God-loving, Respect, Values development, Values practices, Values transformation

Abstract

Values development must start at home. However, the school has a major role in cultivating it through how the teachers and administrators have practiced. The respondents were the SHS students, teachers, and the Kalawit II District administrators. It found out that the ages and positions of the teachers and administrators could not influence their values practices; however, the higher their length of service, the higher their values practices. For the students, the higher their ages, the higher the values practiced. The relationship between students and teachers and administrators showed a significant relationship that means the higher the students' practices also influence this degree to the teachers. However, they showed no significant difference but obtained a remarkable indication of their best practices. This study gives an avenue to sustain and develop more the impact of the previously initiated values transformation seminar conducted by the PSDS.

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Published

17-04-2022

How to Cite

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M. R. Gapol, “Investigating the Values Practices Among Students, Teachers and Administrators of Kalawit II District: A Basis for District-Need Based Intervention Program”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 62–66, Apr. 2022.

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