HomeSulo: Journal of Student-Faculty Researchvol. 9 no. 1 (2007)

Values that Influence Students' Behavior in Capitol University: A Faculty-Students Cooperative Study

Delia P. Santiago

Discipline: Education, Social Science



Philosophy 6 as offered in the College of Education is a subject concerned with the awareness and understanding of values as they regulate behavior. As stated in the syllabus, the final part of the term will be devoted to the conduct of studies related to the course. The study, as part of the learning tasks, will allow the students to see how these values are revealed in the students' overt and covert behavior and even in their unguarded moments.