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  • loyal citizens, with a strong sense of belonging to Singapore and a strong sense of national identity, committed to the well-being, defence and security of our nation show care and concern for others, and be willing to contribute actively to improve the lives of others be socio-culturally sensitive and do their part to promote social cohesion and harmony the ability to reflect on and respond to community, national and global issues, and to make informed and responsible decisions.
  • CME is to balance globalisation and core values politically viable, socially cohesive, eco viable
  • Ded 230 cce keynotes

    1. 1. Character and Citizenship Educationand the Social Functions of Schools in the Singapore Education System DED 230 Topic 1 Eileen Chan, Iris Chia, Lim Peihua, Michelle Han and Selina Lee
    2. 2. What is CCE? Character and Citizenship EducationWhat comes under CCE? National Education (NE) Education and Career Guidance Sexuality Education Cyber Wellness Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) Community Involvement Program (CIP) Character Education/ Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
    3. 3. What would you like to see in your studentsafter 10 years of formal education? Compassion Courageous Determination Discipline Empathy ……
    4. 4. Desired Outcomes for Character Education Our students will have the following attributes under Social Emotional Learning (SEL):  Self-Awareness  Self-Management  Social Awareness  Relationship Management  Responsible Decision Making
    5. 5. Desired Outcomes for Citizenship Education Our students will have the following attributes:  Loyal citizens  Showing care and concern for others  Socio-Culturally sensitive  Make informed and responsible decisions
    6. 6. Who are the stakeholders that contribute to CCE? The Students The Parents The Teachers The School Management  Principal and Vice-Principal  Middle Management (Subject Heads, Level Heads, Heads of Departments) The Media
    7. 7. A little bit of history•Ethics (1959)•Civics (1967)•Education for Living (1973)•Review of the Moral Education (1978)•Good Citizen (Pri, 1981)•Being and Becoming (Sec, 1981)
    8. 8. A little bit of history•Social Studies (Pri, 1981)•Religious Knowledge (1984)•Civics and Moral Education (1995)•National Education (1997)•Social Studies (2001)•CCE (2010) WHY??? 21st Century Competencies
    9. 9. 21st Century Competencies Core Values (MOE, 2011): 1. Responsibility 2. Resilience 3. Respect 4. Integrity 5. Care 6. Harmony
    10. 10. Other Resources Thai Smoking Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHH2LsAHeHc CCE2011 http://www.cce2011.nie.edu.sg/files/LeeWingOn.pdf Heng Swee Keat http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/speeches/2011/11/08/opening- address-by-mr-heng-swee-keat-at-1st-nie-moe-cce-conference.php 21 CC http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/press/2010/03/moe-to-enhance- learning-of-21s.php Swiss roll http://www.nie.edu.sg/files/EPD%20Presentation%20@ %20TE21%20Summit_(final).pdf

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