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Moral Values for Students: A Necessary Part of the Curriculum

Updated on February 20, 2017
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Paul grew up on a farm where moral virtues such as hard work and honesty were cherished. As a teacher, each class had a moral lesson.

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Why Teach Moral Values

When most persons talk about a school curriculum, they think about math, science, social studies, and language courses. Seldom do I hear or read about moral values as being part of the curriculum. The problem is that the neglect of teaching moral values in schools is hurting our students and causing problems in society. If a person has never learned any moral values, how is she or he able to discern the difference between right and wrong? That is basically the essence of moral values education.

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Why Moral Values for Students?

As parents and educators, we should all advocate the teaching of moral values in our schools for the following reasons:

1. Preparing Our Children For Future Roles In Society:

Knowledge gained in school is only one goal of education. The primary goals of education should be enabling students to gain knowledge and moral values. Our children will need both in preparing themselves to be good parents and citizens in society.

2. Many Parents Aren't Teaching Moral Values:

If all parents were teaching their children moral values in the home, it would not be necessary for the schools to do this work, The sad fact is that a lot of kids are not learning from their parents the difference between right and wrong. This is because most mothers and fathers in their busy work days spend only a few hours with their children. In many families there is only one parent and no other role models for kids to follow.

3. There is Too Much Violence and Dishonesty in Society:

Every day students are exposed to violence, dishonesty, and other social problems in the media and the real world. How many times have we heard about school shootings? What about other times when students are caught cheating on exams? Then, too, we read about bullying in school and fights between gangs. If moral values were taught in schools, we would have fewer of these problems.

4. To Counter Bad Influences in Society:

Unfortunately, many of the role models of young people are setting bad examples. These bad examples range from sexual promiscuity, degrading of women, advocacy of violence, and the condoning of dishonesty in order to succeed.

5. Moral Values Will Stick With You For Life:

It's amazing the amount of math and science knowledge I have forgotten since my school days. I haven't, however, forgotten moral value lessons learned in school. One of these moral lessons was learned while I was a varsity football player. Our team had just lost a tough game, because the referee had ruled we were stopped inches away from scoring a touchdown. When our school principal had heard many of my teammates complaining about how the officiating had caused us to lose the game, he came on the team bus after the game and said that in life the referee never beats you.

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Top Seven Moral Values:

It would serve society well if the following seven moral values for students were taught in schools:

1. Unconditional Love and Kindness:

In most cases, if you love someone, he or she will love you back in return. This, however, is not the real meaning of love. Love should be unconditional. With more love in the world, kindness will follow and replace cruelty.

2. Honesty:

Students must be taught that dishonesty and cheating is wrong, and will get you nowhere in the future. As a student, one is only hurting himself or herself by cheating, because this action will eventually catch up to you in the end with bad consequences.

3. Hard Work:

When I was young, I learned that success was one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration. Nowadays, so many students want to cheat and cut corners in their studies because they are lazy and don't place any value on hard word. This thinking must definitely change.

4. Respect For Others:

Unfortunately, in our highly competitive dog eat dog society, many people will trod on others to get ahead in life. Respect for others should include respecting different religions, races, sexes, ideas, and life styles.

5. Co-operation:

To achieve a common goal, it is necessary for all people to work together. If this is not done, a few people may profit, but the end result for everyone will be a failure. I still believe in the motto, "united we stand and divided we fall."

6. Compassion:

Compassion is defined as being sensitive to the needs of people. If there were more compassion in the world, there would be less homeless, hunger, wars, and unhappiness.

7. Forgiveness:

Jesus Christ taught us to forgive our enemies or people who hurt us. Anger in most cases is caused by an unwillingness to forgive. There would be less violence and fighting in school if students could learn this moral virtue.

I taught English in a Catholic school in Thailand for more than six years, and learning moral values was built into all of our lessons. Actually, ten percent of the students' grades was based on how well they practiced moral values inside and outside the classroom. This would be an excellent policy for other schools to adopt.


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      someonewhoknows 5 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Home first then school,but not religion in school unless it happens to be a school started by a religion.

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      Lesleysherwood 5 years ago

      Brilliant advice. We need more folk thinking like this!

      Lesley

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 5 years ago from The Caribbean

      Linking this to a hub I'm working on http://msdora.hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Reclaim-A-Si... We're on the same page. Thanks!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 5 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thanks for the comments Lesley and MsDora. I'm glad you are on the same page with me. Hopefully I'll have another hub on this topic when I have more time to write.

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      Ravi 5 years ago

      Helo sir

      this is very fantastic point to remember in our life.

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      Yves 5 years ago

      Thank you for this post. I especially appreciated #4, "To Counter Bad Influences in Society." That is one of the points I try to make in some of my writings... There is too much degradation of women, and it is hurting our American society more than most people realize.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 5 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thanks for stopping by and the favorable comment. Yes, there is too much degradation of women, and shamefully it is expressed in music, the movies, and other popular media.

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      justmesuzanne 4 years ago from Texas

      It is a shame that society has become so tangled that "moral values" automatically becomes synonymous with "religion" for some. Moral values are simply common decency and courtesy and a sense of fair play and good sportsmanship - none of which is taught in schools any more. It is no wonder students' academic performance declines more and more every year. There's no way to keep them focused or organized because there are no constraints. Yes, children definitely need to be taught the difference between right and wrong and some sort of sense of decorum in all parts of life. Voted up and interesting.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for the favorable comments, Suzanne. I will definitely write more on this topic in future hubs.

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      yoginijoy 4 years ago from Mid-Atlantic, USA

      I teach at a University that defines itself through values-based education. It is so necessary these days as you clearly point out in your hub. I agree with you 100%. Excellent choice of values in your list. Ours includes service and social justice as well. Voted up and awesome!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thanks for the favorable comments yoginijoy. Yes, service and social justice are other moral values which definitely belong in education.

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      mery paul 4 years ago

      moral values are good

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank tou very much for the favorable comment.

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      Ruchira 4 years ago from United States

      Beautiful pointers, Paul.

      Our younger generation needs guidance while growing up. Helps them become strong for their future.

      Voted up as useful and sharing it across

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Ruchira,

      Thank you very much for reading and sharing. I appreciate your comments.

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      siddhartha baruah 4 years ago

      So, nice saying

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Siddharta,

      Thank you for reading and your comment.

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      Vegas Elias 4 years ago from Mumbai

      Hi Paul Kuehn,

      You have written on a very important subject. Readers should do something about this after reading your article.

      Only yesterday I found a young girl speaking to an elderly man in a very politically wrong manner. When I pointed out this to her she actually failed to understand what was wrong in what she said.

      Our school curriculum is loaded only with technical subjects which is aimed at making the person an efficient part of our modern production machinery. We are producing robot like individuals devoid of feelings of a higher level.

      Thanks for writing this.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Vegas,

      Thank you very much for reading and your very important comments. I really appreciate them.

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      samiya qamar 4 years ago

      great job

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      samiya qamar,

      Thanks for reading my hub and the nice comment. I appreciate it.

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      Smitha Simon 4 years ago

      thank u very much sir.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Smitha Simon,

      Thank you very much for reading and your comment.

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      n.curie from India 4 years ago

      As a Principal of a school I will agree that moral values must be a part of our curriculum.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      n.curie,

      Thank you very much for reading this hub and your encouraging comment.

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      Jessica Ellen Holbrook 4 years ago from Newark, DE, USA

      This hub gets me thinking about how to implement moral education into a secular system. Or even simply how to infuse it with the current system.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      violetheaven,

      Thanks for reading my hub and your very insightful comment. I think the best way to initially implement moral education into a secular system is for all teachers to set good examples and be the best of role models in the classroom.

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      chrismarneverfade 4 years ago

      this page is very helpful on teaching moral values. especially to the youth of today. their moral values are degrading.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Chris,

      Thank you very much for reading my article. I really appreciate your comments and agree that the moral values of youth today are degrading.

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      Deltachord 4 years ago from United States

      Very good hub. You are right about teaching moral values. Histoically, they were taught in U.S. schools, but the Ten Commandments have been taken down, and there is no moral center in public schools anymore.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      If parents start demanding a moral center in the public schools and can lobby their congressmen, maybe there is a chance of getting moral values taught in the schools again. Thanks for stopping by and your great comments.

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      Deltachord 4 years ago from United States

      You're welcome.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I appreciate you reading the hub.

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      kashish 4 years ago

      moral values is a part of very person's life.weather he /she is a baby or an old man....................

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Kashish,

      Thank you for reading this hub and your comments. I appreciate them.

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      [ Danson Wachira ] 4 years ago from Nairobi, Kenya

      Hi Paul,

      Exposure to violence, dishonesty and lack of moral values are some of the primary contributors to the degrading moral values in our society. You have done it well here Paul to remind us of the missing ingredients to complete morally upright society. If everyone take the responsibility of seeing moral values are upheld, we would have a better world than today. Great article, voted, useful and shared with followers.

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      Anil 4 years ago from Kerala

      'Lack of moral values' , that is a big problem. according to Indian atmosphere universities are waiting for a suitable remedy for it. Good hub thanks fr sharing.

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      Comfort Babatola 4 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

      When we talk about moral values, we have definitely failed the future generation. We are a generation that wallows in immorality and perversion in the name of freedom of expression and choice.

      It steams from the top dowm. From the examples set by past presidents, clergy-men (present and past), coaches, and even teachers.

      Lying and cheating has become the norm. In the school system, students are labelled a 'snitch' when they dare to point out a wrong or report a cheat.

      Yeah, we are a country lacking moral values. Great hub. Voted interesting.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      dwachira,

      Thank you so much for reading this hub and your great encouraging comments. You are absolutely correct. It is the responsibility of everyone to uphold moral values. Thanks for sharing.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Anil and Honey,

      Thank you very much for reading and your good comments. I appreciate them.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      ComfortB,

      Thank you so much for reading this hub and great insightful comments. It makes me sad that the U.S. and other countries are lacking sufficient moral values. To rectify the problem we must start with education in thehomes and schools.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Meaningirl,

      Thank you very much for reading and your very encouraging comment.

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      C E Clark 4 years ago from North Texas

      I like the specific moral values you list and they're certainly important. It would be good if they were taught/reinforced generally, not just in school.

      Parents aren't teaching these important values as you have pointed out, but they should be. They do their children no favors by letting them grow up basically uncivilized.

      Learning and practicing the moral values you have listed were a natural part of attending public school when I was growing up. We didn't have a special class to teach them. They were an integral part of every class, every recess, every activity, and expected at home as well.

      Morals and values are definitely a problem nowadays. Aside from parents taking the responsibility of doing what parents are supposed to do, and teachers reinforcing them in the classroom and in school generally, I don't know what more can be done.

      Children learn what they live.

      You've made some good points, but will anyone act on them?

      Voted up, useful, interesting, and will share.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      au fait,

      Thank you very much for reading and your great encouraging comments. I attended public high school and also remember morals and values being a part of both class and extra-curricular activities. When I was on the football team, I remember losing a tough game due to what the coach and team thought was the referees not awarding us a touchdown when we thought we had crossed the goal line. Immediately after boarding a bus to return to our high school after the game, the school principal came on the bus and told all of us that the referees never beat us in life. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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      Paul Maganizo Nyirongo 4 years ago

      This is an "eye opener"...I work in a Children's home as a Social Worker...morally, children are doomed..I can see what type of leaders we are going to have...

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Paul,

      Thanks for reading this hub and I appreciate your comments. It's up to parents and teachers to set the good moral training; otherwise, our children are doomed, as you say, and it will be reflected in the leaders we have for tomorrow. God save the children!

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      Chandraprabha Patgar 3 years ago

      Really it is good. Please add more information how to apply in all stages for students. really in these days students lossing moral values form their parents, teachers and society. in is really danger stage for future.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Chandraprabha,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. I definitely will add more information to this hub with some examples of applying moral values in the future. I appreciate your support.

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      sweetie1 3 years ago from India

      Paul,

      When we were in class X, we had a moral science period every Saturday. A Father from near by church would come and tell us about holy things. It went good for few months then he started to use this lecture for trying to convert people in to Christianity. So naturally parents objected and school stopped that thing all together. But yes we should have morals installed in us and school does have responsibility to do so in early childhood.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      sweetie,

      Thanks for reading and commenting on this hub. Yes, everyone has to learn moral virtues at a young age, and schools should definitely play a part in this education.

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      Rebecca Mealey 3 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Your values are so simple and so true. We must pass them on. They are axioms really. I think what may be interpreted as negative is the word morals.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Rebecca,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. I think you are correct in stating that some people are interpreting the word "morals" negatively. Perhaps it would be better to use the word "virtues." What do you think?

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      fruufitz 3 years ago

      believe on GOD is also a moral value.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      fruufitz,

      Thanks for reading and commenting on this hub. You are correct in saying that belief in GOD is a moral value.

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      Michelle Liew 3 years ago from Singapore

      Paul, spot on. Many are concentrating on academic knowledge for career success...forgetting the important personal,moral tools that are actually more important for general well-being in ALL areas. Sharing!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Michelle,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. Moral values and virtues acquired in school will remain with you for your whole life. Unless one becomes a math teacher, how many people will remember the quadratic equation learned in algebra? Thanks for sharing this hub.

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      Dr Hussain Abdul Baset 3 years ago

      Thank you very much for this good reading Resource about Moral Values

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Dr. Hussain Abdul Baset,

      Thank you so much for commenting on this hub. I'm very happy to see your good comments!

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      wwriter 3 years ago from India

      I appreciate this hub. In my mind the best value that should be imbibed by all is compassion. I would like society to be a lot more compassionate than it is. But I am not sure that moral values can be taught in school alone, though of course it should be an important part of school. The fact is that children are more influenced by the vast range of media they experience all around them - television, internet, films, games - to name just a few. Unless they discern the importance of basic values in all this the values they learn may not be the values they practice.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      wwriter,

      Thank you for your very insightful comments. It's amazing what a control the media has on young peoples' lives. If kids can't get moral values at home or in the schools, it's up to the media to start transmitting these values. The question is how this is going to be done.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      We do have moral science classes - that's what we call moral values education - in schools. It certainly helps in inculcating the right values in a child.

      You raise very useful points here, Paul. There certainly will be less of unhappiness, frustration and enmity in the world and yes far less corruption if this was made compulsory in all schools everywhere.

      Voted up, useful. Shared and pinned.

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      Kbdare 3 years ago from Western US.

      Great Hub! After working with troubled youth, I couldn't agree with you more on the importance of teaching morals in school!! Hard work and honesty are such corner stones for success in life. I remember my father saying "anything worth having is worth working for". Thanks for sharing!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Rajan,

      Thank you so much for your great comments supporting moral values education. With the excuse of being politically correct, it seems like we have removed any kind of morals training from public schools. I really appreciate your sharing and pinning of this hub!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Kbdare,

      I'm very happy you like this hub and support teaching morals in the schools. Hard work and honesty are indeed the foundation for success in life. Your great encouraging comments are really appreciated!

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      Don A. Hoglund 3 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

      In our day there was general agreement about these values. I current society not so much. That is the reason, I think, that many perents are sending their children to private or parochial schools. Many otehrs are home schooling. I agree that children must learn moral values from the school, the church or the home. Ideally all of the above. voted up,useful and interesting.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Don,

      Thank you very much for commenting on moral values for students. If kids can't learn moral values in schools, it is understandable that parents would send them to private schools or homeschool them. I'm glad you found this hub useful and interesting.

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      KFusha 3 years ago

      I couldn't possibly agree more with this Hub. In a world such as ours, where moral and ethical values are disappearing at an alarming rate from the social consciousness, it is absolutely necessary for such teachings to be added to the general, mandatory curriculum.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Kfusha,

      Thank you very much for commenting on this hub. I'm glad you share the same views as me on moral values for students in the classroom.

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      khushi 3 years ago

      Thanks for moral values this is true and very simple in life we follow this.

      please you write in hindi also

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      khushi,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this article. I don't know Hindi so I am unable to write about moral values in your language. I really wish I could write in Hindi, too.

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      marion langley 3 years ago from The Study

      It must be difficult for schools to teach morals. We evolved by accident for no real purpose and are temporarily on top of the food chain forming laws and enforcement for the common safety and prosperity of all and yet...no one is really into self sacrifice, hard work, and contribution. We are told the needs of the many out weight the needs of the few and the quality of the individual adds to over all quality of population and yet our kids are more into dessert, playboy, and halo. It's like our self-preservation on the baser side is battling with our self-preservation on the intelligent side. As far as my children go I figure morals are my responsibility to impart so i'm less concerned what the school is attempting to implement. Thanks for writing :-) p.s. it also doesn't help that jobs that require "labor" are seen as lower class...this idea that if you're intelligent you shouldn't have to work hard isn't helping anyone. ok, done ranting...thanks for the soapbox :-)

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Marion,

      Thank you very much for your insightful comments. You are completely correct in saying that it is the parents responsibility to first impart morals to their children.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Walt Kiena,

      Thank you very much for your very insightful comments. I really appreciate them, and agree that many parents have been derelict in their duty of instilling moral values into their children.

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      Moronke Odugbesan 3 years ago

      A very useful hub. Good moral values is missing in today's education system. A lot of attention is paid to the cognitive domain.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      moronkee,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. Yes, more attention should be paid to moral values in today's education. I really appreciate your supporting comments.

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      Warren Clark 3 years ago from Melbourne, Florida

      I love that this wasn't your usual "Christian on a Soap-box" article. I really like this article because it can help people understand what exactly being moral is all about. Its not about being a snob, its about being humble. Not to mention you do not need God to be moral. Thank-you!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Warren,

      Thanks for your very insightful comments about this hub. I'm very happy that you enjoyed reading it.

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      Mel Carriere 3 years ago from San Diego California

      The humanities are supposed to teach moral values through the literature and the arts, but unfortunately budget cuts are taking out a lot of those classes. I think they want to turn our children into Soviet-style apparatchiks, all machine-like science and technology that is not softened by any morals or feelings. I wholeheartedly agree with you on the importance of moral values. Great hub!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Mel Carriere,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. Yes, students should be learning moral values through literature and the arts. Actually, a good teacher should be able to point out a moral values lesson in each class he or she teaches. I'm happy you liked this article and I appreciate your comments.

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      Toy Tasting 3 years ago from Mumbai

      Really liked it, Thanks for sharing:)

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Toytasting,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. I'm very that you liked the article and found it interesting.

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      moonlake 3 years ago from America

      Great hub. Children need to be taught moral values in school. We all know so many don't get taught values at home. Vote up, pinned, tweet and shared.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      moonlake,

      For a stronger tomorrow with better citizens, our kids need to be taught moral values. Thanks for pinning, tweeting, and sharing this hub.

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      Jessica Ellen Holbrook 3 years ago from Newark, DE, USA

      Society needs to contain some sort of good moral people to begin the process that your aiming at. Teachers are a huge part and should be good role models. However, children learn not just at school. Good morals start from birth and are a result of life experience and learned behaviors from those life experiences. The positive morality that a child is exposed to can be beneficial, but only with understanding. In order to have understanding it must be explained in a simple, matter of fact, common sense way, from the very beginning. Encouraging a child to explore and think on such matters is a great start. Communication and community are key. I'm not saying that children should have no exposure to what is considered bad morality, but that when it does happen parents, family, teachers and others should use them as learning experiences for the child(ren). In today's society, especially here in America, teachable moments are everywhere.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      violetheaven, Thank you for your great inspirational comments. Teachable moments are indeed everywhere, and you are absolutely correct in saying that good morals start from birth and experiences at home.

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      Sooner28 3 years ago

      This is true. Sometimes teachers focus too much on just making students behave in the classroom, and not enough about general moral lessons. I would definitely be in favor of more emphasis on moral values in education.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Sooner28,

      Thank you very much for reading and commenting on this hub. I'm glad you share the same views I do about moral values in education.

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      Marut 3 years ago

      its a very good n attractive speech...........

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Marut,

      Thank you very much for your kind words.

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      Ro 3 years ago from Midwest

      Paul? I'm going to agree with you in theory but disagree with you in practice. Meaning: As an 'old teacher' I believe you need to add:common sense, in the list of curriculum must- haves. You see, there are a lot of teachers, principals, mentors, parents, and a helluva lot of the population that lie and do just fine with no repercussions. They joke about it, disclose it, and even are proud of it. Just watch the shows on television, it is expected, as well as accepted. Gone are the days you can tie it to religion. I am Catholic, and believe you me, the threats of Sister Ann's beefy fist or the hand of God, is now ineffectual. But if common sense or what I define as its counterpart-logical thinking could be taught...then we could teach a student about self: pride, image, and love.

      Sadly to say, I believe we first have to teach the children before they become parents in order to stop the cycle of deception.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Irish Shrew, Thank you so much for your very insightful comments. Yes, I agree that common sense or logical thinking should be taught in the school. If we had teachers who took the time to do this, kids could be taught about self-pride, image, and love.

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      JMV9 3 years ago

      Paul,

      I couldn't agree with you more. The thing that saddens me is that I believe it is the parent's job to teach their children morals and that is just not happening. The school system can only be responsible for so much. I help out at my daughter's school and anytime I see children mistreating one another I stop it immediately, discuss it, have them apologize and move on. It really is all of our jobs to make sure children learn the morals they will need in life.

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      skumar2958 3 years ago

      Hey Paul ,

      I would like to tanks for published such useful articles for us. If you have more articles in PDF related to above or other also like society, development and rural area , please share with me at s.kumar2958@gmail.com. Lastly big thanks.

      Sanjay Kumar

      Delhi India

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      JMV9, I applaud you for your work in teaching kids good morals. Yes, it is important for the parents to teach their kids good morals first before they go to school. Thanks for your great comments.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I don't have any of my moral values hubs in PDF. They are all on hubpages. If you want to use the articles on Hubpages, just acknowledge me as the writer. Thanks for reading and commenting.

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      skumar2958 3 years ago

      Dear Paul huehn Sir,

      A lot of thanks for response my comments. i'll try to reading all your articles on hubpage.

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      khushi 3 years ago

      Thank-you for showing a right path . I am a student and it is necessary for giving us right knowledge of moral values so thanks a lot sir

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      khushi, Thank you very much for your comments. I really appreciate them.

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      khushi 3 years ago

      Thank-you for giving me a response for the comments.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      khushi, I would be happy to respond to your comments any time.

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      sonika 3 years ago

      thankssssssssssssssss

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      sonika, Thanks for commenting. I'm happy to hear that your international school has a moral value period.

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      Parth 3 years ago

      hey paul,

      you have explained very good things about moral values but about most of these people are familiar still they are doing wrong. please also suggest for their implementation.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Parth, Excuse my delay in answering your comments. I will try to come up with some concrete ideas for the implementation of moral values. Please be patient with me as I have been very busy lately with my teaching. I'm happy you liked my moral values articles!

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      Sanxuary 3 years ago

      I find it odd that people constantly claim that morals are equivalent to Religion. The more I do my research the more I discover that good is good and evil is evil, regardless of beliefs. Even Buda an Atheist was a devout believer that evil still destroyed the being. Cause and effect requires truth no matter how much we hate truth. You can not solve a single problem if you our unwilling to except the facts. Cause always has effect no matter how you defend your free will. The greatest shame to believers are those who do not practice what they preach but believe that joining a club will save them. Just as bad our those who condemn those who practice a belief, because it does require constant practice. The battle is one of maturity and constant practice. We could teach morals by simply teaching the laws we have in this country. A lot of people have never been told, still we would have those who ignore them. Because it still takes practice to actually follow them. Good regardless of all beliefs, still requires morals and I find that most people out side of emotional arguments desire a society that governs its self in the best interest of all people.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Sanxuary Thank you very much for your great comments! You are correct in saying that morals are not equivalent to religion. Teaching morals by following the laws is a good way. Unfortunately, most people view laws as hindering their freedom.

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      sadafkhansk2@gmail.com 3 years ago

      mr.paul,

      can u explain me in detail modern education and moral values

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &sadafkhansk2 Within the next month after I retire from full-time school teaching, I will be writing an article in detail about modern education and moral values.

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      frogyfish 3 years ago from Central United States of America

      Fantastic hub with well presented truth! Enjoyed reading your facts and appreciated your courageous attitude. Thank you for sharing here.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &frogyfish Thank you very much for reading and your comments. I'm happy you liked this hub!

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      lovely me 3 years ago

      hi i love ur point very much

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &lovely me Thanks for your comment! I'm happy you liked this hub.

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      Johnd623 2 years ago

      Magnificent website. Lots of useful information here. Im sending it to some friends ans also sharing in delicious. And obviously, thanks for your sweat! eedddcdfeffa

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      Rishit yesterday 2 years ago

      give 10-12 moral values

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Johnd623 Thanks for your great comments! I'm happy you liked this hub!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Rishit Are you saying, that I should list 10-12 more moral values in my hub?

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      Larry Rankin 2 years ago from Oklahoma

      This is a topic I have long pondered. To me, the problem that arises so often is that when people try to put in place programs like this in school systems, it is just a thin veil for supporting intolerance.

      I really like the way you have things laid out, and if that system was followed, moral value curriculum could be very effective. Of your highlighted points, one that should always be held in high regard is #4, and that is the one that so often gets trod upon by people with power and mass control on the mind.

      There are general rules for polite society, but they don't involve bullying people because they have different belief systems. Excellent article.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Larry Rankin You are absolutely correct in pointing out that there are general rules for polite society. Thanks for commenting on this hub!

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      Rita 2 years ago

      great advise

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      sradha kapoor 2 years ago

      Very bad

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Rita Thank you very much for your comment! I appreciate it!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thanks for the comment. Why are moral values for students very bad?

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      Mona Sabalones Gonzalez 2 years ago from Philippines

      This is a wonderful idea. These are values that are best imbibed when you are still a child, and should be reinforced during high school and college life. School is where it all begins, and these lessons will find their harvest when the children join the real world. Well said.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &grand old lady Thank you very much for your favorable review of this hub. I really appreciate it.

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      Virtues 2 years ago

      thank u for this effert to teach our younger generation to live uo to the values and to make it a better world to live. you r great

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      The Agnostic 2 years ago

      I believe teaching children morality is critical. However we should not teach it from a specific religion. If taught in school, we need to make sure our moral teachings are inclusive to people of all faiths.

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      muhammad abdullah javed 2 years ago

      Thanks for the good write up about a very important aspect of education. I do agree with your views with regard to the necessity of intorducing moral values. As far the seven values are concerned, I have to say nothing about that, they are simply good. I think, as some of the viewers have also commented, we need an elaborative description of values. To build a personality we dont have to stick to a few, rather there should be a constant delibrations about the values. The following should be the criteria on which we need to focus:

      1) Basic values 2) Values require for change in students bent of mind 3) Values to understand purpose of education 4) Values to understand the responsibilities towards the society 5) Finally through the process of inculcation one should recognise himself and the Creator and also purpose of life.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Virtues Thank you very much for your encouragement and support! I really appreciate it.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &The Agnostic I agree entirely with what you say. Moral teachings shouldn't be religion specific but be inclusive of all religions. Thank you very much for your great comments!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Muhammad Abdullah javed Thank you so very much for your great insightful comments. I especially appreciate your criteria on which we need to focus.

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      pavana 2 years ago

      it was very use full to me thanks allot

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      Deepshikha chaudhary 2 years ago

      Thank you Ilearnt lots of thing

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &pavana I'm very happy that this hub was useful to you, Thank you very much for commenting!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comments! I'm very happy you learned many things from this hub.

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      Kathleen Cochran 2 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      What a valuable hub. Sharing.

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      Nithya Venkat 2 years ago from Dubai

      Great hub and yes moral values must be taught to children so that they can be better people and contribute to making this world a better place to live in. All schools should make it a part of their curriculum as you have stated.

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      Mary Craig 2 years ago from New York

      As many have pointed out, moral values and religion are two separate issues. Certainly Paul society would fail without moral values.

      This is an excellent, evergreen, and necessary hub!

      Voted up, useful, and interesting.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Kathleen, I am very happy that you find this hub valuable. I should really write more on this subject due to how popular this hub is. Thank you very much for reading, commenting, and sharing!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Vellur, Thank you very much for your comments. I'm glad that you feel the same as me about the teaching of moral values!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 years ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Mary, thank you very much for your great comments! Yes, moral values and religion are two separate issues. The world would be a much better place today if more people had better moral values. Thanks for voting this hub up as useful and interesting!

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      Anzac Descendant 2 years ago

      exactly the trouble of today's society!

      Check out NZ courts over-ruling the school punishment for bad behaviour as non-moral parents paid $20k to get it over-ruled

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 24 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comment. I will definitely check out the NZ courts over-ruling the school punishment for bad behavior.

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      khadku 22 months ago

      mother is the first teacher for her children .moreover mother taught more moral values too her child than the school or from anywhere

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      khadku 22 months ago

      you all are talking about religion there is no religion of children . god made us while making us he doesn't stamp that you are from this religion and you are from this. this all religion were made by human being . that's why this is a big issue in the whole world.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thanks for commenting. I entirely agree with you that it is the responsibility of primarily mothers and also fathers to teach moral values to their children.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      It is not my intention to say that moral values should be taught along with a religion. People can teach love, compassion, hard work, and other moral virtues without being a Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim or Jew.

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      khadku 22 months ago

      yes, sir you are right but in world there are only 20 or 30% of people who think like u.

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      khadku 22 months ago

      i am sikh , i belive in all gods like hindus,muslims ,christians and all . we all were studing in one school ethier he/she is hindu or sikh or muslim .all were studing equaly. overall i am studing in 11th and my thinking very much different from my parents in the matter of religion and in other matter also.

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      khadku 22 months ago

      sorry for taking the topic any where. now we have many facilities to teach children's. in schools smart classes were there. now new new thing were also there. but children's don't take too much interest in these things like in moral value etc. they only like to use mobiles,laptops,fb,watsapp,etc.they only miss use the new technoloygy.they don't like to sit with there elders.they only want's to go on any trip or picnic with there friends not with there parents or elders.this is the main problem of now's generation.........elders are the 1st google of moral values.they know our good or bad. but we ....we don't want's to sit with them .we give more importance to our friends .

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      khadku 22 months ago

      i wish that with all's blessing's this hub page become more popular i the world.by this page i learnt many new things . i get chance to share my views with everybody. thank...............u...........sir.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I'm probably too conservative in my thinking. Thanks for your comment.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      You seem to be a very conscientious student. How is your thinking different from your parents in the matter of religion?

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      What you say is completely true. Another problem is that young students have mostly bad role models and not enough good role models to teach them the value of moral virtues.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      This is my most popular hub and I too would like to see it become more popular. I am very happy that you liked this article!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Your ideas are very good. It definitely is important for older people to set good examples for the younger.

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      khadku 22 months ago

      thank..u ....sir.for like my ideas.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 22 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      You are welcome to express your ideas on any of my hubs at any time.

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      DowntownKhan 21 months ago from Pakistan

      Dear Sir,

      Hope this message finds you well. Really enjoyed all your hubs related to moral education as part of former schooling. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience.

      I recently became very interested in character education. Moral values if I am not wrong form part of character education. They are certainly very relevant for every child and her personal and social development. I did some research and came across two camps of academics with reference to character education. Both agree on the fact that moral values are essential. Both believe it can be taught. However, one camp maintains that character traits are genetic in nature. I was listening to one debate in which a professor from this very camp pointed towards an anecdote of Churchill's life. In the summer of 1884, the headmaster of a prep school for boys wrote on Sir Winston Churchill's report card: "Conduct has been exceedingly bad. He is not trusted to do a single thing. He has no ambition". Maybe difficult times call for difficult virtues? Anyway, just like in any other field, there are always disagreements among researchers/academics in Education too.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 21 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your interesting comments about Churchill. I also have heard the argument about character traits being genetic in nature. According to ancient Chinese philosophy, Mencius believed that all people were born basically good, but the philosopher Hsunzi thought all people were born bad. I appreciate your comments on this hub!

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      DowntownKhan 21 months ago from Pakistan

      Thank you, Sir! Will follow the Chinese philosophy references you mentioned with respect to intrinsic morals.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 21 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I think you will be able to learn a lot from the ancient Chinese philosophers.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 18 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      &Groot , please leave me your comment and tell me whether you liked this hub.

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      Peggy Woods 18 months ago from Houston, Texas

      That is the big advantage of attending religious based schools like the Catholic schools you and I attended when young. Moral values are totally integrated in all the other classes taught plus it reinforces the teachings and values from what our parents taught us at home. When those things are taught particularly at young ages when kids are most impressionable, they tend to stick. Good parenting is undoubtedly the MOST IMPORTANT job of all. The rest that comes after that is ancillary.

      That is not to say that good moral values cannot be taught elsewhere, but with all the negative influences out there today it is more of an uphill battle. The first job starts right in the home!

      Your first #5 example is so true! Like you, I have forgotten much of what I learned in school except for the value lessons. I cannot think of the last time I have used any algebra as an example. Happy to share this!

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 16 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Peggy, Please excuse my long delay in replying to your comment. I appreciate you sharing.

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      Sharilee Swaity 14 months ago from Canada

      Paul,

      This was beautifully written and I love the points that you make. Right now, I am teaching grade six and I try to model these teachings, as well as talk to them about doing right and wrong, on a regylar basis. I am going to look at your article on activities for teaching these things, too. It is not always an easy thing to teach, but I love your example of making part of a student's mark. Very powerful! I had not thought of doing that, but may consider it. In Canada, being a good citizen is part of the curriculum so perhaps it could be brought in that way, too. Take care and thanks for writing such an important article.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 13 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      @prairieprincess , Thank you very much for your great encouraging and supportive comments. I'm happy you found this hub useful!

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      armel 13 months ago

      Paul Help me in my report about moral values

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 13 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I would be very happy to help you, Armel. Please send me an email and tell me how I can help you.

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      owais 8 months ago

      thank u sir..u made my speech easy... :)

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 8 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I'm very happy you liked this hub and that I made your speech easy.

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      gayathrinivetha 7 months ago

      this was very essential things of all human beings.so, we will be get more awareness in our life.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 7 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comments. I really appreciatet them!

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      Alex 7 months ago

      It is a hub! I would also suggest the practical part of moral values to be done as from the lower level of education. Children being helped to participate more on practical issue after learning in class the theoretical part. This will remain in their lives. Thanks Paul for a nice hub

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 7 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comments, Alex. Yes, the practical part of moral values is something that must be practiced from the lower grades in school.

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      hamza 7 months ago

      thanks its helpful for my assignment.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 7 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I am very happy that you found this article helpful for your assignment.

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      odongo lucas 7 months ago

      we need our religious institutions to strengthen our morality. Not to leave all we have in the in the korans and the bibles at the doorsteps

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 6 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      You are absolutely correct in noting that we need our religious institutions to strengthen our morality. These institutions should pay much less attention to politics.

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      Willis 5 months ago

      i wish we had more people with the same mind. our schools would be great place to be in and our students would benefit more. i support you dear friend.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 5 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comment, Willis, and I really appreciate your support.

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      mary abia 4 months ago

      am inspired by your write up on moral value because my parents imbibed in me,today,i love to help people who are homeless and hunger,i give the fod and show them more love as God says we should love one another.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your nice and thoughtful comment, Mary. I am happy you are inspired by my article and applaud you for wanting to help homeless and hungry people.

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      Amaka maduba 4 months ago

      This really helped me in writing my project on values.i really appreciate this write up.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I really appreciate your comment. I am happy that your parents inbibed in you moral values.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thanks for commenting, Amaka. I am very pleased that my article helped you with your project on values.

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      Prakhar 4 months ago

      nice and important

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comment! I am pleased you find my article nice and important.

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      john havey 4 months ago

      its good and moral value

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 4 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comment, John.

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      Aisha Ali 3 months ago

      Very nice article. It is very vital to teach kids the values at the right age, before it is too late. The values taught in the very tender age. My kid's school has done wonders in this. W school in Sharjah is the best decision I took for my kid. They are just amazing teachers.

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you very much for your comment, Alisha Ali. I am happy that your kid's school is doing a wonderful job in teaching moral values.

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      grace 3 months ago

      it was a great and brilliant ideas. Thank you! Very useful in my study

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 3 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I'm happy you liked this article, Grace, and found it useful in your study!

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      Christy 2 months ago

      It's a very good and inspiring article

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 months ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      I really appreciate your comments and am happy you found this article inspiring.

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      Tweety 6 weeks ago

      Excellent article! In my child's public high school, I'm encountering many immoral teachings, which leaves me to think that she should switch to a Catholic school. The problem is that she doesn't want to leave her friends behind, which is understandable. The staff doesn't seem to seize the importance of moral values, which is sad. Our society needs more people like you. Keep up the good work and may God bless you.

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      Athena lyn 6 weeks ago

      thank you sir for the complete list of moral values we are conducting a research about that and it help us a lot don't worry sir we will include your name their as the author of the information that we've gather from you

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      Caron 2 weeks ago

      It ws really helpful for my moral studies examination. Thank you Mr. Paul for writing this wonderful source of information.

      Regards,

      Caron C

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      Paul Richard Kuehn 2 weeks ago from Udorn City, Thailand

      Thank you for your very nice comment, Caron. I'm happy this article was helpful for your moral studies exam.

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