Presentation on theme: " Development of an individual as a member of the society can who recognize social responsibilities Education should enable a person to fulfill obligations."— Presentation transcript:
Development of an individual as a member of the society can who recognize social responsibilities Education should enable a person to fulfill obligations make his/ her life better both as an individual and as a member of the society
The Four ‘Pillars of Learning ’ Jacques Delors
Mastering of the instruments of knowledge Development of the faculties of memory, imagination, problem-solving, and the ability to think. It is ‘a process of discovery ’.
Application of what learners have learned or known into practices Development of vocational-technical education and work skills.
Discovery of others Experience of shared purposes throughout life. knowledge and understanding of self and others. Appreciation of the diversity of the human
Complete fulfillment of man, in all the richness of his personality, as individual, member of a family and a citizen. Learning to be human.
Curriculum should reflect the basic cultural values of the society. It should be an agent of transmission of the highest vales
Curriculum planning should be based on the problems and needs of the pupils It should enable pupils to participate wholly in the activities of the society is it should develop responsible citizenship
The subjects should be functional in relation to adult living and be adapted to the level of development of the child. Curriculum should develop respect for all vocations and instil the value of dignity of labour
Curriculum should increase the ability of the students to define and solve problems Curriculum should encourage pupils to participate meaningfully in peaceful resolution of conflicts and communicate their ideas assertively.
Skills and knowledge acquired should be useful for social adjustment. Effective teaching method should enable the child to realize class room skills in the society.
Emphasis should be given on social behaviour outside class room Teaching techniques must use social forces to develop social adjustment