This course analyzes the development
of values from various angles: physical, social, intellectual and spiritual
that help in the building up of a holistic personality. It promotes the
importance of relationships at all levels within the learning community in
which the educator and student work together in an open and collaborative
relationship. In the process of such
value development, the contribution of family, parents, peers and media are
significant for building personal and social adjustments.
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