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UNESCO four pillars of education

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PISMP Semester 8 Professional Studies subject EDU3093 Teacher and current challenges.

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UNESCO four pillars of education

  1. 1. The PILLARS of EDUCATION EDU3093i Teachers & Current Challenges Sumitra Kan F.K. IPGKTHO June 2015
  2. 2. “Learning is a process that lasts a lifetime, both in its duration and its diversity” ~ Fuare Report, 2013 Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  3. 3. “Curriculum” … may mean “the way educational content is organized and presented in classroom and after- school activities to meet different learning needs”. Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  4. 4. Should the education system be centred on: •Economic development? •Human development? Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  5. 5. Leraning to know Learning to do Learning to live together Learning to be FOUR PILLARS OF EDUCATION Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  6. 6. Learning to know • Acquiring the tools to understand the world • A process of dicovery Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  7. 7. Learning to know Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen ~ development of the faculties of: Memory Imagination Reasoning Problem solving Ability to think coherently & critically
  8. 8. Learning to do Put into practice From skills to competence Adapt and change Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  9. 9. Learning to live together Awareness & understanding Appreciation Cooperate Resolve conflicts Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  10. 10. Learning to live together Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  11. 11. Learning to be Virtuous personality Commitment and responsible to social roles Develop the potential Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen Complete fulfilment of human
  12. 12. The pillars of education : emphasis on •the development of a complete person •to resolve and manage conflicts for peace •prepare the pupils for further learning •to develop competency in adapting to change Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen
  13. 13. Reference • Faure, Edgar; Herrera, Felipe; Abdul-Razzak Kaddoura; Lopes, Henri; Petrovsky, Arthur V.; Rahnema, Majid & Ward,Frederick Champion. (2013). Learning to be: the world of education today and tomorrow. Report of the International Commission on the Development of Education, UNESCO, Paris, 1972. Retrieved June 12, 2015 from http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002232/223222e.pdf. • Learning to do: values for learning and working together in a globalized world. (2005). Retrieved June 12, 2015 from http://www.unevoc.net/fileadmin/user_upload/pubs/LearningToDo.pdf • Learning together throughout our lives: Discussion kit on the Report to UNESCO of the International Commission on education for the 21st century. (1997). Retrieved June 12, 2015 from http://www.unesco.ca/en/home- accueil/resources-ressources/~/media/PDF/UNESCO/LearningTogether.ashx • Zhou, Nan-Zhao. (). Four ‘Pillars of Learning’ for the Reorientation and Reorganization of Curriculum: Reflections and Discussions. Retrieved June 12, 2015 from http://www.ibe.unesco.org/cops/Competencies/PillarsLearningZhou.pdf. Sumitra Kan Fong Kuen

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