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THE FOUR PILLARS OF EDUCATION

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
 Identify the four pillars of education
 Internalize the importance of living in harmony with each other and with the each other
and with the environment
 Demonstrate solidarity of mankind regardless of race ,religion, and culture in various
situations
 Apply the four pillars of education in different learning experience

What are the four pillars of education?


 The four pillars of education is proposed as a framework to understand what students
need to acquire and develop in themselves.
 The framework organized lifelong learning into four pillars

 LEARNING TO KNOW
 LEARNING TO DO
 LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER
 LEARNING TO BE

These pillars are crucial to peace and mutual


understanding by emphasizing the value of education
as a manifestation of the spirit of unity. This stems
from will to live together as active members of a
global village and contribute to attainment of a culture
of peace.
LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER
 One most vital to building a genuine and lasting culture of peace
 One of the major issues in education today
 Can be achieved by developing an understanding of others and their history traditions
and spiritual values
 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.
 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 relationship with others.

ROLE OF A TEACHER
 Helps the students to develop an understanding of other people and appreciation of
interdependence since we live in a closely connected world.
 Teaching is a wide range of knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours to enable us to
interact with others in just equitable empathetic manner.

Skills Needed
 Self control
 Handling emotions
 Critical thinking
 Cooperation
 Relationship building
 Negotiation
 Mediation & Refusal
 Problem Solving
 Decision Making
LEARNING TO BE
 Refers to the development of all the dimensions of the complete person.
 The complete