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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 2075-2080

Promotion of Moral Development through Values Education at Elementary School Level: An Exploratory Insight

Atta Ur Rehman Bhatti, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Nadeem, Dr. Shaista Noreen, Rakhshanda Rashid, Waqar Hussain.


Moral education refers to school-focused doings that motivate students' opinions and attentions which help them to become affluent and principled citizens. Teaching virtues and morals promote empathy, compassion, kindness and social knowledge about human rights in students. And being a valuable member of such a populous society, values education grants the students to obtain particular values and demands them to act upon. This research seeks an answer to a question that, what is the role of vales education in the promotion of moral development at school level. The study was descriptive research and based on the stakeholder’s perspectives. The population of the study was all the students of elementary school in District Pakpattan. Researcher adopted VESS (Values Education Survey for Students) to measure values education. Moreover, a selfdeveloped questionnaire was used to measure the moral development of8th class students. Cronbach’s Alpha was used to measure the reliability of the questionnaires. Statistical analysis of the obtained data was done by Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). In present research paper, Mean, T-test, Standard deviation, correlation, regression analysis were used to obtain results from the obtained data. It was concluded that values and ethical education helps students to become honest, virtuous and compassionate. It was recommended that social, religious and moral traditions should the part of school culture and teachers should a role model for young children.

Key words: Promotion, moral development, values education

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