Training in the Value Systems for Seventh Grade Students: a Creative Design

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The purpose of this project was to design a values package to create awareness and understanding for seventh grade students in the value system so as to achieve a more complementary classroom atmosphere. The value system is a new concept based on Clare Graves' seven levels of psychological existence: Reactive, Tribalistic, Egocentric, Conformist, Manipulative, Sociocentric, Existential. In addition, the package was designed to integrate the affective and cognitive levels of learning into an experimental learning situation. The package included written material, games, and activities which are all designed to create self-awareness and maintain relevancy for the students.

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Rhodes, Sherry C. December 1975.

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The purpose of this project was to design a values package to create awareness and understanding for seventh grade students in the value system so as to achieve a more complementary classroom atmosphere. The value system is a new concept based on Clare Graves' seven levels of psychological existence: Reactive, Tribalistic, Egocentric, Conformist, Manipulative, Sociocentric, Existential. In addition, the package was designed to integrate the affective and cognitive levels of learning into an experimental learning situation. The package included written material, games, and activities which are all designed to create self-awareness and maintain relevancy for the students.

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Rhodes, Sherry C. Training in the Value Systems for Seventh Grade Students: a Creative Design, thesis, December 1975; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663690/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .