Teachers' Implementation of Values in History Curriculum


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MOHAMAD, N., & Ahmad Johari Sihes. (2019). Teachers’ Implementation of Values in History Curriculum. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 5(2), 163-167. Retrieved from http://readersinsight.net/APSS/article/view/1146


Values is one of the learning goals in the History curriculum. The scope of this study is to extensively review previous studies on the implementation of values by History teachers using the Preffered Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) method. As a result, two key themes identified: the role of History teachers and the challenges they face in implementing History values education. Out of these two themes, ten subthemes rise in the systematic reviews. This study is critical because the future researcher can concentrate on the pattern of values implementation by History teachers. 



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