STRATEGIES AND APPROACHES IN TEACHING VALUES EDUCATION AMONG PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL
Values Education functions become as an agent in socialization and the need to help students grow to possess more highly developed moral standards, and it is also recognized as an integral part of the teacher’s roles as well. This research aimed to determine the strategies and approaches in teaching values education among public secondary school in the Division of Zambales, utilizing the quantitative descriptive-survey research design with questionnaire as the main instrument in gathering data from the population of 300 values educational teachers. The findings showed that Values Education teachers always used Inculcation Approach as strategy in teaching; they are strongly agreed that the strategies in teaching Values Education was the most difficult dimension in teaching Values Education; there is significant differences on age and religious affiliation towards inculcation approach and significant on age towards Awareness Approach; there is a significant difference on age towards difficulty on contents; however, there is a negligible relationship between the academic performance and the strategies and approaches, as well as, the difficulties in teaching values education.
Values Education, Teaching Strategies and Approaches, Secondary School, Training Design.