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Main presenter
Prof. Layhuah GOH
HELP University (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Presenter [2]
Dr. Jennifer, Poh Sim TAN HELP University
Presenter [3]
Dr. Priyadarshini MUTHUKRISHNAN HELP University
Presenter [4]
Ms. Revati RAMAKRISHNAN HELP University
Presenter [5]
Ms. Rosalind AHJU HELP University
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Presentation title
Assessing Children's Perceptions of their Moral Values using An Online Picture-Based Value Survey
Presentation abstract
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) has changed how we live, work, and communicate; it is likely to change the values held by children, and the strength of their values. This research investigated 109 children’s perceptions of the current level of their moral values and compared it with the level of their perceived ideal moral values. The respondents were between the ages of eight to eleven from an international school in Selangor. The study utilized a picture-based values instrument via an online survey. The instrument design was adapted from the Animated Values Instrument (Collins et al. , 2016) and the values content was adapted from the core values in the Malaysia Moral Education framework (Vishalache, 2010). Fourteen moral values were included in this research. Examples of the values are respect, honesty, kindness, responsibility and humility, among others. Findings revealed that there was significant difference between the children’s perception of the strength of their current values and that of their perceived ideal of the values. Future research may explore interventions to bridge the gap to enhance the values held by the children so that they can develop into balanced individuals who can better handle the demands of the 21st century.
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moral values, picture-based values instrument, survey,
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LayHuah Goh
Submitted: Tuesday, 17 August 2021, 1:47 PM [JST]
Modified: Monday, 11 October 2021, 4:09 PM [JST]
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