Education based on human values plays an important role in the overall development of children.
Without teaching human values to our children, we would not be able to teach them about good morals, what is right and what is wrong, and we cannot teach them scientific concepts.
The need and importance of education based on human values in the 21st century is much more important due to the presence of technology and its harmful use.
By teaching children about core human values, we can equip them with better digital skills and help them understand the importance of ethical behavior and cultivating ethical citizenship.
Education based on human values offers students a positive approach to life, motivates them to become sensitive, responsible, respectful in their community and makes them show high citizenship values.
Education based on human values emphasizes the development of students’ personality so that they can be formed for their future with all human values and handle difficult situations with ease.
The importance of valuable education in students develops them in physical and emotional aspects where competition between students does not exist and emphasizes that all students are valuable
There are no good students and bad students. Encouraging the feeling of equality and respect is one of the values that the student should acquire in his school life.
When a student finishes a school cycle, he must have acquired all human values and be ready to face real life.
How education based on human values affects the student:
It helps in making the right decisions in difficult situations thus improving decision-making skills.
Encourages human values such as kindness, compassion and sensitivity in students.
It awakens curiosity in children who develop their values and interests.
Provides positive role models in the student’s life.
It helps students find their true purpose in life.
Value education aims to orient students in taking and giving responsibilities for different problems.
Empathy. By putting ourselves in the shoes of others both cognitively and emotionally, we improve our ability to resolve conflicts and understand others’ opinions.
Equal opportunities. The principle that we are all equal is one of the pillars of democracy, and moreover promotes social inclusion and community life.
Respect for the environment. Values education makes us aware of the consequences of our actions on the planet and instills in us a respect for nature.
Take care of your health. We must minimize health risks by encouraging appropriate attitudes and addressing health education from a dynamic, personal and collective perspective.
Critical thinking. This way of thinking makes us more analytical and observant, teaches us to recognize qualitative information and helps us solve problems.
Rejecting discrimination, enlivening debate on moral issues and promoting collaborative leadership.
Denouncing attitudes harmful to society as a whole without focusing on individuals.
Emphasizing the idea that we can all change and that we deserve a second chance.
As a conclusion, I think that the methodology that we develop every day at school should focus not only on the scientific part, but also on the creation of human values.