Legal Framework for
the
Institutionalization of
Peace Education
WELITO I. ROSAL
Principal 2
A.L. Navarro National High Sch...
WHY EDUCATE FOR
PEACE?
1. It is an Ethical Imperative.
2. It is Practical Alternative.
Executive Order No. 570,
Series 2006
Institutionalizing Peace
Education in Basic
Education and Teachers
Education
Section 1 . Policy Statement
Peace Education shall be anchored on:
1. values and principles of spirituality
2. human right...
Section 2. Institutionalization
Principles
a. Be in harmony with
educational priorities and inter’l
commitments related to...
b. Be pursued through a holistic
approach involving pre-service
and in-service trainings, school-
based and alternative le...
Section 3. Definition of
Terms
[Peace Ed, Basic Ed,
Teachers Ed, ALS, Tech’l
Ed, Culture of Peace,
Exemplars, and etc.]
Objectives of Institutionalization
of Peace Education
1. To ensure that education contributes
to the attainment of a cultu...
3. To ensure that Peace Education
Materials [instructional, learning and
advocacy] are developed and used.
Executive Committee
Chair: Office of the Presidential Adviser
on Peace Process [OPPAP]
Co-chair: DepED
Members:
@ CHED
@ N...
@ National Commission on
Indigenous People
@National Youth Commission
@Miriam College Peace Education
Center representing ...
Roles, Functions and
Responsibilities
•OPAPP
•DEPED
•CHED
1. Take lead in mainstreaming Peace
Education in the basic education
and ALS;
2. Make available to all teachers and
ALS im...
4. Develop the needed training modules to
facilitate the indigenization of these
materials;
5. Issue policies and guidelin...
7. Organize Peace Education Circles/Teams
in the region, division and school levels;
8. Encourage and nurture local peace
...
MONITORING AND EVALUATION
1. Monitoring shall be done semi-annually to
identify concerns and problems while
Evaluation wil...
4. The NEDA shall complement this function by ensuring
that these education efforts are aligned with the
education policie...
DepED Memorandum No.
469 s 2008
Institutionalization of Peace
Education in the Basic
Education Curriculum
Culture of PEACE
A set of
attitude/orientation
values/interest
Behavior
Principles/belief
tradition
lived by any
individua...
Culture as a way of life…
It becomes a basic living pattern by which a
group of people can design their collective
conscio...
THANK YOU AND
MAY GOD BLESS US
ALL!
May the TRIBE of PEACE ADVOCATES
increases!
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
Mindanao week of peace presentation
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  1. 1. Legal Framework for the Institutionalization of Peace Education WELITO I. ROSAL Principal 2 A.L. Navarro National High School
  2. 2. WHY EDUCATE FOR PEACE? 1. It is an Ethical Imperative. 2. It is Practical Alternative.
  3. 3. Executive Order No. 570, Series 2006 Institutionalizing Peace Education in Basic Education and Teachers Education
  4. 4. Section 1 . Policy Statement Peace Education shall be anchored on: 1. values and principles of spirituality 2. human rights 3. non-violence 4. social justice 5. interfaith 6. human security
  5. 5. Section 2. Institutionalization Principles a. Be in harmony with educational priorities and inter’l commitments related to a culture of peace and dev’t;
  6. 6. b. Be pursued through a holistic approach involving pre-service and in-service trainings, school- based and alternative learning and technical education; and, c. Involve the participation of all types of schools.
  7. 7. Section 3. Definition of Terms [Peace Ed, Basic Ed, Teachers Ed, ALS, Tech’l Ed, Culture of Peace, Exemplars, and etc.]
  8. 8. Objectives of Institutionalization of Peace Education 1. To ensure that education contributes to the attainment of a culture of peace in the country. 2. To strengthen the partnership between government and civil society as well as among all types of learning environments and stakeholders in promoting and implementing peace education.
  9. 9. 3. To ensure that Peace Education Materials [instructional, learning and advocacy] are developed and used.
  10. 10. Executive Committee Chair: Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process [OPPAP] Co-chair: DepED Members: @ CHED @ NEDA @ NCCA @ DILG
  11. 11. @ National Commission on Indigenous People @National Youth Commission @Miriam College Peace Education Center representing the Peace Education Network [PEN] @Mindanao Peace Education Forum [MinPEF]
  12. 12. Roles, Functions and Responsibilities •OPAPP •DEPED •CHED
  13. 13. 1. Take lead in mainstreaming Peace Education in the basic education and ALS; 2. Make available to all teachers and ALS implementers the Peace Education Exemplars; 3. Conduct In-service training advocacy and info dissemination
  14. 14. 4. Develop the needed training modules to facilitate the indigenization of these materials; 5. Issue policies and guidelines in the use of Peace Education Exemplars in schools and ALS; 6. Establish networks and promote dialogue and cooperaton;
  15. 15. 7. Organize Peace Education Circles/Teams in the region, division and school levels; 8. Encourage and nurture local peace initiatives, such as: peace congress or peace camps; and, 9. Monitor and evaluate feedback on the process of implementation.
  16. 16. MONITORING AND EVALUATION 1. Monitoring shall be done semi-annually to identify concerns and problems while Evaluation will be conducted annually to measure the progress and impact of peace education program in target areas. 2. DEPED shall conduct monitoring and evaluation in basic education and ALS. 3. CHED shall conduct M&E in Teacher Education Institutions.
  17. 17. 4. The NEDA shall complement this function by ensuring that these education efforts are aligned with the education policies and programs stipulated in the national dev’t plans. It shall also advocate for appropriate budgetary allocations among agencies with peace education programs. 5. Each of the implementing agencies [OPPAP, DEPED & CHED] shall appoint focal division/office within their agencies. The focal division/office shall then appoint representative [s] to the appropriate TWGs. These representatives shall report on the programs and activities implemented by their agencies. The secretariat [OPPAP] shall consolidates monitoring and evaluation reports.
  18. 18. DepED Memorandum No. 469 s 2008 Institutionalization of Peace Education in the Basic Education Curriculum
  19. 19. Culture of PEACE A set of attitude/orientation values/interest Behavior Principles/belief tradition lived by any individual and commonly shared by any group of people of a given community Is the way any group of people… Live Think Feel Organized themselves Celebrate and share life (human society) rooted in system of values meanings world view expressed visibly in languages gestures symbols rituals styles
  20. 20. Culture as a way of life… It becomes a basic living pattern by which a group of people can design their collective consciousness and behavior as a community within and in relating with other groups of people and cultures in their environment.
  21. 21. THANK YOU AND MAY GOD BLESS US ALL! May the TRIBE of PEACE ADVOCATES increases!

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