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FOUR PILLARS OF EDUCATION
Transcript of FOUR PILLARS OF EDUCATION
Learning to read with comprehension
Accessing, processing, and selecting information
Evaluator PILLAR 1 PILLAR 2 PILLAR 4 CONGRATULATIONS Start The International Commission on Education
for the 21st Century advocates four pillars of education. 3. LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER
Peace must begin with each one of us. Through quite and serious reflection on its meaning, new and creative ways can be found to foster understanding, friendship and cooperation among people.
-Javier Perez de Cuellar
UN Secretary General Learning to be refers to the role of education in developing all the dimensions of the complete person: the physical intellectual, emotional, and ethical integration of the individual into a complete man. PRESENTED BY:
APRIL BEBS ARANETA GEPULANGO
AIREEN JANE LOPEZ LAMADORA
EPRYL JOY ELIZALDE OCON
CYNTHIA CACERES TRINIDAD, Ed. D FOUR PILLARS OF EDUCATION QUESTIONS:
1.What are the four pillars of education?
2.How do teachers equip the pupils with learning opportunities guided by the four pillars of education?
3.Cite concrete illustrations or applications of how the four pillars of education contribute to lifelong learning. 1. LEARNING TO KNOW LEARNING TO KNOW implies learning how to learn by developing one’s concentration, memory skills and ability to think. PILLAR 3 Conscientization 2. LEARNING TO DO proceed to next level Learning to know, that is acquiring the instruments of understanding;
Learning to do, so as to be able to act creatively in one’s environment;
Learning to live together, so as to participate in and cooperate with other people in all human activities; and
Learning to be, so as to better develop one’s personality and to act with ever greater autonomy, judgment and personal responsibility. LEARNING TO DO represents the skillful, creative and discerning application of knowledge. One must learn how o think creatively, critically and holistically, and how deeply understand the information that is presented. Learning to live together in peace and harmony requires that quality of relationship at all levels is committed to peace, human rights, democracy and social justice in ecology sustainable environment. 4. LEARNING TO BE - the process of becoming aware of the contradictions
existing within oneself and in society and of gradually
being able to bring about personal and social transformation.