The Historical Development of Values Education in the Philippines

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Values education in the Philippines has been undergoing multiple changes in its orientation from the early past up to the present time. In this paper, the changes in the orientation of the Philippine values education in various historical periods were traced. Four factors affecting the emphasis if the values education programs were traced. They were colonial experience, quest for independence, political circumstances and globalization. Each of these factors will be discussed in this paper and how they affect the orientation of values education in the country in the respective periods.

Keywords: Values Education, Philippines, Historical Development
Stream: Equity, Social Justice and Social Change; Community, Culture, Globalisation
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
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Johanna Paula Diwa

PhD Student, Comparative and International Education Institute, Hiroshima University
Higashi Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, Japan

Johanna Diwa is a PhD student at the Institute of Comparative and International Education in Hiroshima University. Her works include values education, comparative education and education for sustainable development.

Ref: L08P0759