Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Values: Revealing the Invisible
”Back to values” has been a significant trend in school systems during the past few years. While the secular school system continues to debate on how to go about teaching values, Adventist teachers are encouraged to continue the deliberate integration of values through their own modeling, the use of planned and unplanned curriculum activities, and appropriate pedagogical practices. This article highlights the necessity of inculcating values in schools, and describes how teachers may utilize both the “overt” and “covert” curriculum through selective pedagogical practices. Integration of faith and learning using biblical principles, which include all values, is identified as the practice that Adventist educators have been using to make a difference in the lives of students.