In my research, I focus on teaching values in context of Quaker families and Sunday schools. Inspired by the pedagogue and cognitive psychologist Reuven Feuerstein and his brother Shmuel Feuerstein, I especially focus on possibilities of mediated learning and its advantages in comparison with learning through direct exposure. After the theoretical part of my work where I explain Feuerstein´s approach in details and I compare it with other cognitive theories, I will be concerned with Quaker approach to education in general and then concretely with Quaker approach to teaching values to children in families and Quaker meetings. I would like to find out if mediated learning predominate in this area and why (not). I also would like to explore which values are actually the most important for Quakers.