The Two Different Paths of Education

The Two Different Paths of Education

  • Submitted By: heidy
  • Date Submitted: 02/19/2009 9:53 AM
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Education is the learning of knowledge, information and skills during the course of life.

The education system is organized in two different paths, i.e. school and out-of-school education. School education is organized in schools through teaching and learning activities which are gradual, hierarchical, and continuous. Out-of-school education is organized outside the formal schooling through teaching and learning activities which may or may not be hierarchical and continuous. Education in the family as an important part of the national education system is an out-of-school education and provide religious, cultural and moral values and skills.

1.To help individuals think about and reflect on different values and the practical implications of expressing them in relation to themselves, others, the community, and the world at large;
2. To deepen understanding, motivation, and responsibility with regard to making personal and social choices;
3. To inspire individuals to choose their own personal, social, moral, and spiritual values and be aware of practical methods for them;
4. To cultivate personality integration: developing and deepening education as the fostering of natural human development.
5. To cultivate reative intelligence required for adaptation to changes in the social environment.
6. To foster the development of inner freedom (freedom from fear and conflict).
7. To culture the mind of a man so that he can accomplish all his aims in life.
8. The accurate perception of reality which is free from distortion.
9. To foster personal maturity through development of human potential(A mature person is aware of his/her responsibilities to society.)
10. To cultivate the capacity for self-awareness

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