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    • Transforming Philippine Education: Why Not? Cielito & Pilar Habito Cahbriba Alternative School Foundation Los Baños, Laguna
    • Overview
      • What’s wrong with Philippine education?
      • Cahbriba’s Life Learning System
        • Life Learning System
        • The Learning Community
        • Towards Socially Responsible Enterprise
    • What’s wrong with Philippine education?
    • What’s wrong with Philippine education?
      • Our education system has:
      • Widened gaps in society
        • Skewed access to quality education
        • Biased for certain intelligences
    • What’s wrong with Philippine education?
      • Our education system has:
      • Widened gaps in society
        • Skewed access to quality education
        • Biased for certain intelligences
      • Focused on employment rather than job creation
    • What’s wrong with Philippine education?
      • Our education system has:
      • Widened gaps in society
        • Skewed access to quality education
        • Biased for certain intelligences
      • Focused on employment rather than job creation
      • Preoccupied with knowledge and information, neglected wisdom
    • Widening gaps
      • Private education generally superior (and cost society less!)
    • Widening gaps
      • Private education generally superior (and cost society less!)
      • Only the rich can afford the best schools
    • Widening gaps
      • Private education generally superior (and cost society less!)
      • Only the rich can afford the best schools
      • Budget per pupil dropped
      • Schools focus on verbal/linguistic and logico/mathematical intelligences
        • Easiest for the rich to sharpen
        • Those strong in other intelligences are marginalized in the school system
    • The Nine Intelligences
      • Musical/rhythmic
      • Bodily/kinesthetic
      • Visual/spatial
      • Intrapersonal
      • Interpersonal
      • Verbal/linguistic
      • Logical/mathematical
      • Naturalist
      • Existentialist
    • Employment vs. Entrepreneurship
      • Our schools tend to prepare students:
        • to work for others, rather than to create work for others  high unemployment
        • to earn incomes, rather than create wealth  low productivity
    • Employment vs. Entrepreneurship
      • Our schools tend to prepare students:
        • to work for others, rather than to create work for others  high unemployment
        • to earn incomes, rather than create wealth  low productivity
      • Typical student’s aim: to work for a multinational company or work overseas
    • Educating for Entrepreneurship
      • Entrepreneurship values
        • can start from primary school
    • Educating for Entrepreneurship
      • Entrepreneurship values
        • can start from primary school
      • Entrepreneurship skills
        • secondary school up
      • Not just for management majors
    • Wisdom vs. Knowledge
      • Knowledge and information are easily accessible in this Information Age
    • Wisdom vs. Knowledge
      • Knowledge and information are easily accessible in this Information Age
      • Knowledge need not be memorized
    • Wisdom vs. Knowledge
      • Knowledge and information are easily accessible in this Information Age
      • Knowledge need not be memorized
      • What’s needed is wisdom: the ability to use knowledge to solve problems (family, community, nation humanity)
    • Wisdom vs. Knowledge
      • Knowledge and information are easily accessible in this Information Age
      • Knowledge need not be memorized
      • What’s needed is wisdom: the ability to use knowledge to solve problems (family, community, nation humanity)
      • Wisdom does not come from science and math alone (also history, culture, humanities, philosophy, civics)
    • Learning Differently
    • The Life Learning System
      • Life Learning System:
        • a dynamic learning social process centered on community life and living
      • Learning Community:
        • Groups of people who share common values and beliefs actively engage in community learning experiences
        • School, family & community engage in social, economic, political & cultural transformation
    • Life Learning System: How Does It Operate?
      • Content: Provide for the development of abilities that will lead learners to successful adaptation to a changing culture
      • Instruction: Operate according to the principles of effective teaching and learning (MI/LS)
      • Assessment: Process-folio is an assembly of steps and phases in the course of learners developing projects, products or performances.
    • Learning Community: The Framework Institution Cultural Numeracy/ Literacy Environmental Numeracy/ Literacy Technology Environment People
    • Community Resources
    • Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship A values-driven innovation on the culture of thinking and interaction in education. This leads learners to serve as social, political, environmental & economic performers in the midst of cultural change.
    • Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship How Cahbriba Promotes It Metaphors of Life ( 4 Fs) Family (Social Performance) Kin Forum (Political Performance ) Citizen Fair (Cultural Performance) Artist Firm (Economic Performance) Entrepreneur Apprenticeship
    • Building the Nation’s Character
      • Concern for the common good, rather than self-interest
      • Love of country ( Makabayan )
      • Values education
        • Taught by example (by teachers, by society’s leaders)
        • Taught by community (immersion in real world problems & challenges)
    • Postscript: Poverty is Not Inevitable
      • Statistics tell us that one out of every four Filipino families is poor… but this also means 3 out of 4 are not
      • We only need one out of every three non-poor Filipino families to “adopt” one poor family and help nurture them sustainably out of poverty (“teach them to fish”)
    • Postscript: Poverty is Not Inevitable
      • Statistics tell us that one out of every four Filipino families is poor… but this also means 3 out of 4 are not
      • We only need one out of every three non-poor Filipino families to “adopt” one poor family and help nurture them sustainably out of poverty (“teach them to fish”)
      • No one is so poor as to have nothing to share; no one is so rich as to need nothing from another
      • With enough caring & sharing… poverty need not be inevitable.
    • Why Not?