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Subject: Health: Family & Parenting

The First Steps Series

"Highly Recommended. This series not only supplies common sense suggestions to parents and reinforces those who are on the right track with their child's development and well-being, but it also raises fresh ideas and approaches with which to tackle these important issues." -EMRO Review
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The Family's Role in Values Education

Family's Role in Values Education, The

"Highly Recommended. Since the family has the greatest influence on a child's development of values, this outstanding program is useful for parent education groups." -Parent Council Review
The object of this program is to support families in identifying their own set of family values and assist parents in communicating these values to their children. Dr. Frances Bond and her guests, Dr. Mary Ellen Salerlie, Past President of the Board of Directors of the Maryland Center for Values Education, Edmonia Yates, with the Maryland State Board of Education, Robert Catt and Tom Sweeney, Senior Lecturers in Education from the United Kingdom, and Claudia Johnson, a parent, explore the questions: What do we mean by family values? What are the universal values that we should be developing in our children? And how do parents develop values in their children? 02/08DE SCA 30 min.





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