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Learning to live together is one of the "Four Pillars of Education" the other three are: "Learning to Know, Learning to Do and Learning to Be". ...

Learning to live together is one of the "Four Pillars of Education" the other three are: "Learning to Know, Learning to Do and Learning to Be".

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  • 1. LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER
  • 2. Learning to Live Together •Is one of the most vital to building a genuine and lasting culture of peace throughout the world. •It can be achieved by developing an understanding of others and their history, traditions and spiritual values. •In learning to live together, it is necessary to devise a form of education which will make it possible to avoid conflicts or resolve them peacefully by promoting learning to live together with others, by developing a spirit of respect for the values of pluralism and the need for mutual understanding and peace.
  • 3. Learning to live together implies that the teacher should help the students develop an understanding of other people and appreciation of interdependence since we live in a closely connected world.
  • 4. To Learn to live together:  teach students about human diversity  instill in them an awareness of the similarities and interdependence of all people.  children should be taught to understand other people's reactions by looking at things from their point of view.
  • 5.  spirit of empathy is encouraged in schools, it has a positive effect on young persons' social behavior for the rest of their lives.  School should promote awareness, acceptance and respect. social
  • 6. Learning to Live Together: Core and Related Values Needed to Live Together in Peace and Harmony
  • 7. Peace 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Caring/Sharing Compassion Empathy Gratitude Interdependence Love Spirituality Tolerance
  • 8. Sustainable Development 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Creativity Efficiency Environmental Concern Future Orientedness Frugality Industry Personal Ecology Stewardships of resources Simplicity
  • 9. Human Rights 1. Acceptance/ Appreciation 2. Accountability 3. Cooperation 4. Diversity 5. Equality and justice 6. Freedom and responsibility 7. Honesty 8. Integrity 9. Respect for human dignity 10.Truth
  • 10. Democracy 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Active and responsible citizenship Critical thinking Equality Freedom/ responsibilities Respect for law/order Self-discipline Solidarity
  • 11. Learning to live together in peace and harmony is a dynamic holistic and lifelong process through which mutual respect, sharing, understanding, caring compassion, and social responsibility, solidarity, acceptance and tolerance of diversity among individuals and groups (ethnic, social, cultural, religious, national and regional) are internalized and practiced together to solve problems and to work towards a just and free, peaceful and democratic society.
  • 12. Learning to live together involves developing, broadening or changing perceptions of an attitude toward ourselves and others and consequently, the way we behave in our daily encounters and interactions with others.