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FOUR
PILLARS
OF
EDUCATION
Objectives:
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
• identify the four pillars of education;
• create learnin...
What Are The
Four Pillars of
Education?
Pillars of
Education
Learning
to
Know
Learning
to
Do
Learning to
Live
Together
Learning
to
Be
Learning to know, that is acquiring the
instrument of understanding;
Learning to do, so as to be able to act
creatively in...
Learning to
Know:
First Pillar
Implies learning how to learn by developing one’s
Using one’s mind
to produce ideas,
decisions,
memories, etc.
The store o...
This type of learning is
supported by pleasure
that can be derived from
understanding,
knowledge, and
discovery.
People ha...
Concerned less with acquisition
of structured knowledge but more
with the mastery of learning tools.
Learn-To-Learn Skills
Learning to
Read w/
Comprehensio
n
Data
Gathering
Note Taking
Listening Observing
Accessing, Process...
Teacher’s Role
Facilitator
Catalyst
Monitor
Evaluator
One that helps bring
outcomes
One that keeps an eye
on
Person that q...
Learning to Do:
Second Pillar
What does
Learning to Do
Demonstrates?
It demonstrates that in
order to learn to live
and work with others in
harmony, we must first
find peace within
ourselves.
Learning to Do
Entails the acquisition of a
competence that enable
people to deal with a variety
of situations and to work...
Learning to do represents the
skilful, creative, and discerning
application of knowledge
because one must first learn
how ...
Learning to Live
Together:
Third Pillar
Learning to Live Together
One most vital to building a genuine and
lasting culture of peace.
Can be achieved by developing...
Requires quality of relationship at all
levels that is committed to peace, human
rights, democracy and social justice in a...
Involves development of self-awareness
and self-esteem as well as empathy and
respect with others.
Entails the capacity to...
Role of the Teacher
Helps the students to develop an
understanding of other people
and appreciation of
interdependence sin...
Teaching a wide range of
knowledge, skills, attitudes and
behaviours to enable us to interact
with others in just, equitab...
Skills Needed
Handling
Emotions
Critical
Thinking
Negotiation
Rel.
Building
Self-
control
Problem
Solving
Mediation &
Refu...
Skills Needed
Interpretation of
Behaviours
Self-
Expression
Communication
Empathic
Listening
Learning to Be:
Fourth Pillar
Learning to Be
Refers to the development of all the
dimensions of the complete person.
The complete fulfilment of man, in ...
Believes in a holistic and integrated
approach to educating the human person.
Operates on the fundamental principle
that e...
Universal Aims of
Education
3. Towards Social Commitment
2. Creativity
1. Towards a Scientific Humanism
4. Toward a Comple...
Towards a Scientific
Humanism
Command of scientific thought and
language has become indispensable
today.
Citizens of the n...
Creativity
Preserving each individual’s
originality and creativity, along with
realism.
Towards Social Commitment
Consists of preparing the individual
for life in society, moving him/her
into coherent moral, in...
Respects the many-sidedness of
personality as essential in education
if the individual is to develop for
himself/herself a...
Test Yourself
Identify the given
activities under the four
pillars.
1. Following a given direction.
2. Reading a newspaper.
3. Diagramming a flowchart
4. Defining a hypothesis.
5. Completing...
11. Being promoted
12. Topping the board exam.
13. Being active in extra curricular activities
14. Deliberating a plan of ...
21. Orienting people on the damages of the
typhoon
22. Classifying harmful and harmless chemicals
23. Identifying componen...
Lets Check!!!!
1. Following a given direction. (to do)
2. Reading a newspaper. (to know)
3. Diagramming a flowchart. (to do)
4. Defining ...
11. Being promoted. (to be)
12. Topping the board exam. (to be)
13. Being active in extra curricular activities. (to be)
1...
21. Orienting people on the damages of the
Typhoon. (to live together)
22. Classifying harmful and harmless chemicals. (to...
Chapter II:
The Four Pillars of
Education
Submitted by:
Rowel Alfonso
3SED-SC
Submitted to:
Marjorrie Lazatin
Instructress
Four Pillars of Education
Four Pillars of Education
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"Learning the Treasure Within", the report of the International Commission on Education for the Twenty-first Century, chaired by Jacques Delors, and published by UNESCO in 1996 provides new insights into education for the 21st Century. It stresses that each individual must be equipped to seize learning opportunities throughout life, both to broaden his/her knowledge, skills and attitudes, and adapt to changing, complex and interdependent world.

After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
-identify the four pillars of education;
-create learning opportunities guided by the four pillars education;
-develop an awareness of the importance of living in -harmony with each other and with environment; and
-create an awareness of the solidarity of mankind regardless of race, religion, and culture.

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  1. 1. FOUR PILLARS OF EDUCATION
  2. 2. Objectives: After studying this chapter, you should be able to: • identify the four pillars of education; • create learning opportunities guided by the four pillars education; • develop an awareness of the importance of living in harmony with each other and with environment; and • create an awareness of the solidarity of mankind regardless of race, religion, and culture.
  3. 3. What Are The Four Pillars of Education?
  4. 4. Pillars of Education Learning to Know Learning to Do Learning to Live Together Learning to Be
  5. 5. Learning to know, that is acquiring the instrument 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 one’s personality and to act with ever greater autonomy, judgment and personal responsibility.
  6. 6. Learning to Know: First Pillar
  7. 7. Implies learning how to learn by developing one’s Using one’s mind to produce ideas, decisions, memories, etc. The store of things learned and retained from one’s activities or experiences as evidenced by recall and recognition. Giving one’s own attention or thought to a single object or activity. Concentrat ion Memory Thinking Components
  8. 8. This type of learning is supported by pleasure that can be derived from understanding, knowledge, and discovery. People have to learn to understand the world around them Learning to Know A means An end
  9. 9. Concerned less with acquisition of structured knowledge but more with the mastery of learning tools.
  10. 10. Learn-To-Learn Skills Learning to Read w/ Comprehensio n Data Gathering Note Taking Listening Observing Accessing, Processing and Selecting Information Asking Questions
  11. 11. Teacher’s Role Facilitator Catalyst Monitor Evaluator One that helps bring outcomes One that keeps an eye on Person that quickly causes change/action One that gives judgment for improvement
  12. 12. Learning to Do: Second Pillar
  13. 13. What does Learning to Do Demonstrates?
  14. 14. It demonstrates that in order to learn to live and work with others in harmony, we must first find peace within ourselves.
  15. 15. Learning to Do Entails the acquisition of a competence that enable people to deal with a variety of situations and to work in teams.
  16. 16. Learning to do represents the skilful, creative, and discerning application of knowledge because one must first learn how to learn
  17. 17. Learning to Live Together: Third Pillar
  18. 18. Learning to Live Together One most vital to building a genuine and lasting culture of peace. Can be achieved by developing an understanding of others and their history, traditions and spiritual values One of the major issues in education today.
  19. 19. Requires quality of relationship at all levels that is committed to peace, human rights, democracy and social justice in an ecology sustainable development. Begins with the development of inner peace in the minds and hearts. Involves developing, broadening or changing perceptions of an attitude toward ourselves and others.
  20. 20. Involves development of self-awareness and self-esteem as well as empathy and respect with others. Entails the capacity to develop one’s own potential while learning to successfully manage relationships with others.
  21. 21. Role of the Teacher Helps the students to develop an understanding of other people and appreciation of interdependence since we live in a closely connected world.
  22. 22. Teaching a wide range of knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours to enable us to interact with others in just, equitable and empathetic manner. Role of the Teacher
  23. 23. Skills Needed Handling Emotions Critical Thinking Negotiation Rel. Building Self- control Problem Solving Mediation & Refusal Cooperation Decision Making
  24. 24. Skills Needed Interpretation of Behaviours Self- Expression Communication Empathic Listening
  25. 25. Learning to Be: Fourth Pillar
  26. 26. Learning to Be Refers to the development of all the dimensions of the complete person. The complete fulfilment of man, in all the richness of his personality, the complexity of his forms of expressions and his various commitments.
  27. 27. Believes in a holistic and integrated approach to educating the human person. Operates on the fundamental principle that education must contribute to the total development of the whole person.
  28. 28. Universal Aims of Education 3. Towards Social Commitment 2. Creativity 1. Towards a Scientific Humanism 4. Toward a Complete Man
  29. 29. Towards a Scientific Humanism Command of scientific thought and language has become indispensable today. Citizens of the new millennium must learn to be scientific humanists.
  30. 30. Creativity Preserving each individual’s originality and creativity, along with realism.
  31. 31. Towards Social Commitment Consists of preparing the individual for life in society, moving him/her into coherent moral, intellectual and affective universe.
  32. 32. Respects the many-sidedness of personality as essential in education if the individual is to develop for himself/herself as well as for others. Towards the Complete Man
  33. 33. Test Yourself Identify the given activities under the four pillars.
  34. 34. 1. Following a given direction. 2. Reading a newspaper. 3. Diagramming a flowchart 4. Defining a hypothesis. 5. Completing a rubrics. 6. Researching for new strategies. 7. Abiding w/ the department’s rules and laws. 8. Adopting the policies of the government. 9. Attending a conference/seminar. 10.Consolidating a report.
  35. 35. 11. Being promoted 12. Topping the board exam. 13. Being active in extra curricular activities 14. Deliberating a plan of action for the office 15. Riding in MRT/LRT 16. Cooking an original menu/recipe 17. Joining a camping activity 18. Encoding grades 19. Putting up a computer table alone 20. Joining a search and rescue team
  36. 36. 21. Orienting people on the damages of the typhoon 22. Classifying harmful and harmless chemicals 23. Identifying components of a product 24. Managing a corporate firm/school/department 25. Driving a car
  37. 37. Lets Check!!!!
  38. 38. 1. Following a given direction. (to do) 2. Reading a newspaper. (to know) 3. Diagramming a flowchart. (to do) 4. Defining a hypothesis. (to know) 5. Completing a rubrics. (to know) 6. Researching for new strategies. (to know) 7. Abiding w/ the department’s rules and laws. (to live together) 8. Adopting the policies of the government. (to live together) 9. Attending a conference/seminar. (to live together) 10.Consolidating a report. (to live together)
  39. 39. 11. Being promoted. (to be) 12. Topping the board exam. (to be) 13. Being active in extra curricular activities. (to be) 14. Deliberating a plan of action for the office. (to live together) 15. Riding in MRT/LRT. (to live together) 16. Cooking an original menu/recipe. (to do) 17. Joining a camping activity. (to live together) 18. Encoding grades. (to do) 19. Putting up a computer table alone. (to do) 20. Joining a search and rescue team. (to live together)
  40. 40. 21. Orienting people on the damages of the Typhoon. (to live together) 22. Classifying harmful and harmless chemicals. (to know) 23. Identifying components of a product. (to know) 24. Managing a corporate firm/school/ department. (to be) 25. Driving a car. (to do)
  41. 41. Chapter II: The Four Pillars of Education Submitted by: Rowel Alfonso 3SED-SC Submitted to: Marjorrie Lazatin Instructress

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