Education for Global Citizens
The pressures on our world are serious and expected to grow. Humankind must ditch the military habit – and tackle conflict at its roots, Hazel Healy.
- The primary role of Education is to help us to develop as human beings by learning new life skills and acquiring knowledge, values, beliefs, and habits.
- Economic turmoil has created an environment rampant with job insecurity. Therefore, our educational culture focus area was mainly on academic knowledge and learning skills.
- Looking at the major issues of today we can conclude that academic education alone will not dissolve hatred, incomprehension, lack of respect and human dignity.
- Because of increasing pressures, demand for programs that promote mindfulness has skyrocketed.
- Peace requires active engagement and commitments to reduce global inequalities.
- A school is a place where children spend most of the time. Value based education shape their future and add purpose to their life. Feeling good boosts a child’s self-confidence, which helps them improve their attitude and perform better academically.
- In a world where innovation is the norm, creative thinking is of utmost importance.
To help children develop soft skills such as independent thinking, creativity, and adaptability, it is important to let them find their own process of creation.
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Our selected extra curricular program could boost young children’s ability to analyze and problem-solve in different ways. For example the program Winning in the Game of life developed by SFK uses wisdom to teach kids valuable life-skills that will enable them to Unlock their Potential.
As Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
The primary aim of Education for Global Citizen is to nurture respect and human dignity for all. Our Global Citizen will build a sense of belonging to a common humanity and become responsible and active. Our overarching goal is to prepare students to have an elevated consciousness and become successful in the workplace of the 21st century as well.
Our action is guided by the Target 4.7 of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 4 on Education), which calls on governments, businesses, civil society and the general public to work together to “ensure that all learners are provided with the knowledge and skills to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development.