Living Values Education Materials for Distance Programmes

Living Values Education Distance Programmes
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We recognise that people everywhere, in all circumstances of life, age and beliefs live from Values at their core, this section is designed to bring you the ‘tools’ to discover and to uncover values for yourself. How you choose to use them and extend them is your choice and your imaginative process.

The resources in this section allow you to engage in activities directly yourself, among your family, friends, and colleagues, or even students in the classroom or workplace. Through these activities, we can discover for ourselves the true meaning of Values and the power that Values have to bring positive change into our lives.

This Programme is created specifically for those desiring to explore the Self-Reflection, personal development nature of Living Values activities who do not have access to formal Values print resources or access to Living Values Education Associates and Trainers.

Distance Materials offered for Download:

Distance 12wk Self-Reflection   Distance activities for Individuals and Groups  Distance Personal Journal  Study Group Guidelines 

Free Downloads The materials for Living Values Distance Self Reflection

  • LVE Distance Self-Reflection – Your 12 Week Values Personal Development Booklet.

  • LVE Reflection Points Posters – Displaying reflection points for each value. They are offered to participants seeking to use as daily reminders for values awareness for the various qualities of each value. They can be printed off as A4 colour and easily displayed. Download the Reflection Points Posters for Young Adults.

  • LVE Activities for Groups and Individuals – For Adults, Families, and Groups this is a colourful 52-page participation Rainbow Booklet of activities drawn from Living Values Education for Young Adults.

  • LVE Personal Journal – A 97-page book will help you record each of the activities and give you something to look back on.

  • LVE Values-based Atmosphere Book (desktop & download version) or Values-based Atmosphere Book (phone version) – ALIVE invited contributions from all its Associates, all Focal Points for LVE and LVE practitioners about what a Values-based Atmosphere means for them in their work as educators. There are many questions answered: What is it? How can it be created and sustained? Where can it be found? What are its benefits? Why is it important? What impact does it have on my personal life, my attitude and mood in school? How does my personal life affect my work as a values-educator? What is the relationship between a values-based atmosphere and LVE activities? What difference does a values-based atmosphere make to academic performance? How does LVE and values-based atmosphere make a difference in the home, in classroom and school? How can teachers and parents learn to create a values-based atmosphere in workshops and classrooms?

  • LVE Audio-Guided Meditations

Free Downloads The materials for Living Values Education Study Groups

Free Downloads The materials for Living Values Distance Facilitator Training

  • LVE Distance Facilitator Training (DFT) Course Overview and Schedule – A must read before proceeding with….

  • LVE Distance Facilitator Programme Application Form – Please fill in and return to us by email, together with your completed LVE Self Reflection booklet and Personal Journal showing the values you have chosen to explore during your 12 weeks (two activities each week). You are allocated an LVE Mentor to evaluate your Level One activity and assist you through Level Two and Level Three to certification.

  • LVE Distance Facilitator Training (DFT) – Part One: LVE Training Guide – The LVE Training Guide delivers “The LVE Approach” – all the techniques and skills required to feel confident to facilitate activities and workshops using the LVE materials with community groups, schools, families, etc. The Training Guide provides professional advice, recommendations as to how to be a successful facilitator, something quite different from a teacher, in that a teacher puts information in, while a facilitator draws out our feelings and beliefs. You learn about ALIVE, Living Values history, the resources available to you, and how to benefit from the resources available on the website.

  • LVE Distance Facilitator Training (DFT) – Part Two: Evaluation Questions and Agenda
    – Submission of the responses to your Mentor will allow them to evaluate you and finalise your LVE Certification as a DFT Facilitator.

    Distance Facilitator Training Guide, Part 2

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