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Copy of Copy of Asia-Pacific Expert Symposium On Global Citizenship

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Asia-Pacific Expert Symposium On Global Citizenship
Social Responsibilities and Ethics of Global Enterprises and Educators
23-24 October, Changwon, Republic of Korea
BHUTAN
China
India
Global Citizenship Education in Formal Schooling
By: Udhim Subba
Himalayan kingdom in the South Asia
Background
As a democratic constitutional monarchy
Bhutan’s development philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH) in some ways anticipated the idea of ‘human development’ and upholds strong human principles such as equality of all human beings, the interconnectedness of all sentient beings, and the human rights and responsibilities that must guide the human conduct.
Cradle of Gross National Happiness (GNH)
The four main principle domains of GNH
• Balanced and equitable socio-economic development.
• Conservation of the natural environment.
• Preservation and practice of culture and
• Promotion of Good governance.

In the constitution
“The State shall strive to promote those conditions that will enable the pursuit of Gross National Happiness”
"Educating for GNH"
Bhutanese Education Curriculum
The vision of Educating for GNH states
“...an educated and enlightened society of gyalyong gakid pelzom, at peace with itself, at peace with the world, built and sustained by the idealism and the creative enterprise of our citizen”
Global Citizenship Education
Peace
Key
Universal Values
Human rights
Diversity
Justice
Democracy
NonDescrimination
Tolerance
Cognitive Skills
Critical, creative and innovative thinking
Problem-solving
Decision-making
Non-Cognitive
Skills
Empathy
Openness to experiences and other perspective
Interpersonal/communicative skills
Aptitude for interacting with people of different backgrounds and origins
4) Behavioural
capacities
To launch and engage
in proactive actions
Core Values
Core Values of GNH
Education is not the filling of a pail. It is the lighting of Life
Need of a Inspiring Leader
Whole School Approach to GNH and GCE
Activities Promoting Human Rights and Responsibilities
Respecting Rights of the Child
Democracy
Getting the consensus of the Students while framing School Rules
Right to Information
Activities for Building Cultural Respect, Reconciliation and Solidarity
Culture
Cultural Integrity
Cultural
Diversity
Quiz Programmes on GCE themes
Assembly Speeches on GCE Themes
Building School-Community Relation
Respecting and Preserving the Heritages
Heritage in Young Hands
School students as the advocates for GCE
Living in Harmony with the Earth
Education for
Sustainable Development (ESD)
Let Children Value the Soil that Feed the Humanity
Give them Courage to Fight Climate Change
Every Child Can Make a Difference
Make them Love the Environment
Children Learn Through Experience
Reuse
Recycle
Reduce
3Rs
Let them know that we live in a finite World with Limited Resources
Some look for Beautiful Places
Some make their Places Beautiful
Cultivating Inner Peace
A child has right to a safe and healthy learning environment. Schools can provide guidance and counseling programs to promote peaceful living and coexistence within the school community.
Good Mental Health
Producing Productive Citizen
Meditation
Building Conscious and mindful Citizens
Children are Innocent Human Beings
They Need Preparation for Life
Culture of Living with Compassion and Justice
Justice is to be shown, not taught.
Let students see JUSTICE in the School Culture
When Children live with Praise
They learn to Appreciate
Let them See and feel the Other Part of the World
Keep them Connected
Create avenues to think towards Global Peace and Justice
Their idea can sometimes change the World
Sometimes
Creativity Matters
to Promote GCE
School Based In-service Programmes
When we take forward a new idea it is important to provide Support and Professional Development Programmes to the teachers as they are the critical agents to promote and nurture the values of Global Citizenship in the minds of our young children.
National Workshop for Educators on Global Education
“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.”
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”
Ka-drin-chey!
THANK YOU!
A child's learning Process begins from the moment he/she is born, from the environment they live in, the experiences they have and the examples of behaviour that we provide contribute to their understanding of themselves and the World around them.
Therefore let them grow with the values of GCE so that some day they become productive Global Citizens of the World benefiting the humanity.
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