A value-based education for this century: New techniques and approaches
Arcler Education Inc
We have seen that religion supports discrimination against sexual minorities in the name of supporting moral values. In a world where divorced and gay couples are commonplace, the tastes of cisgender, heterosexual, and monogamous couples may seem archaic. Therefore, critics argue that so-called moral education is just the case of an organized religion looking for ways to reinvigorate its malicious retention of public affairs. This book explores the landscape of value-based education as well as the discussions that are placed in the context of communities that have set priorities for educators and the institutions that employ them.
Karen Ang Manaig holds the position of Assistant Professor II and is the current Associate Dean of the College of Teacher Education at LSPU Los Baños Campus, Los Banos, Laguna. She is a graduate of Doctor of Education Major in Educational Management, from the same institution. As a research enthusiast, Dr. Manaig had multiple research publications in international refereed and Scopus-Indexed journals. Likewise, these research papers were presented at national and international conferences in Asian countries. Further, one of her research papers won the Excellence in Research Awards as the Best Research Paper in the Natural and Applied Science Category during the 3rd International Research Conference on Higher Education, organized by the Commission on Higher Education, Department of Science and Technology- NCR, Philippine Higher Education Research Consortium, Asia Pacific Consortium of Researchers and Educators Inc. (APCORE) & Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) in the year 2015. At present, she had published multiple books in education in Canada. In terms of her research accomplishments, her research papers had garnered 89 citations as of July 5, 2022 at Google Scholar consisting of four high indexes and three i10 indexes. Also, she holds two Utility Model Patents at the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines. Likewise, she is a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Business and Economic Affairs and a Peer Reviewer at the International Journal on Research in STEM Education.