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EDUCATIONAL EMPHASES: CCTS

CREATIVE THINKING
Generate ideas
Make predictions
Use analogies
Draw conclusions
Synthesise
Draw concept maps
Design / innovate

CRITICAL THINKING
Classify
Order
Compare and contrast
Determine criteria /characteristic
Determine priority
Determine cause and effect
Identify assumptions
Identify discrepancies
Differentiate between facts and opinions
Determine reliability of information source
Look for patterns
Identify main idea / focus
Choose
See relationship
evaluation

PROBLEM SOLVING
Understand, plan, execute the plan or carry out the
plan, check or look back

DECISION MAKING
Generate choices
Determine result of choice
Select the best based on criteria

MORAL VALUES
1. VALUES ON INDIVIDUAL GROWTH
1.1 Believe in God
1.2 Trustworthiness
1.3 Self value
1.4 Responsibility
1.5 Courteous
1.6 Tolerance
1.7 Independence
1.8 Diligence
1.9 Love
1.10 Justice
1.11 Rational
1.12 Moderation

2. VALUES ON A SENSE OF BELONGING


(FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS)
2.1 Love towards the family
2.2 Respect and loyalty towards family members
2.3 Preserving family tradition
2.4 Responsibility towards the family
3. VALUES ON THE ENVIRONMENT
3.1 Love and value the environment
3.2 A sense of harmony between Man and
Environment
3.3 Stability of the environment as a responsibility
3.4 Sensitive towards environmental issues

4. VALUES ON PATRIOTISM
4.1 Love for the country
4.2 Loyalty towards the King and country
4.3 Sacrificial

5. VALUES ON HUMAN RIGHTS


5.1 Protection of childrens rights
5.2 Respect of womens rights
5.3 Protection of workers rights
5.4 Respecting the rights of the handicapped
5.5 Protection of consumers rights

6. VALUES ON DEMOCRATIC
6.1 Obey rules and law
6.2 Freedom of speech
6.3 Freedom of religion
6.4 Involvement in the development of the country
6.5 Open mindedness

7. VALUES ON PEACE AND HARMONY


7.1 Live peacefully
7.2 Cooperation and Helpfulness
7.3 Respect between countries
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OLYMPIC VALUES

Joy of effort
Fair play
Respect for others
Pursuit of Excellence
Balance between body, will and mind

Pursuit of
excellence
Helps young people to
become the best that
they can be, in
whatever they do.

Respect for others


Teaches children and
youth to accept and
respect diversity,
practice personal
peaceful behaviours,
and promote peace in
their homes and
communities.

Joy of Effort
Motivates children and youth to
pursue excellence in sport and
physical activity, and develops
skills to enjoy an active, healthy
lifestyle

Balance between
body, will and
mind
Through active
participation in
sport and physical
activity important
cognitive,
emotional and life
skills are
developed and
practised.

Fair Play
Reinforces
fair play
behaviour in
sport, in life
and in the
community.

8 MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
Verbal-Linguistic - is the ability to
use language to excite, please, convince,
stimulate or convey information
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Logical-Mathematical- is the ability to


explore patterns, categories and relationships
by manipulating objects, and to experiment in
a controlled, orderly way

Visual-Spatial- is the ability


to perceive and mentally
manipulate a form or object in a
visual or spatial display

Interpersonal- is the ability


to understand and get along
with others

Intrapersonal- is the ability to


gain access to and understand ones
inner feelings, dreams and ideas

Musical- is the ability to


enjoy, perform or
compose a piece of
music.

Naturalistic- is the ability to


Kinesthetic- is the ability to use
fine motor skills in sports, the
performing arts, or arts and crafts
production

observe living things, natural


phenomena or be aware of the
ecology

Applying Multiple Intelligences


Verbal-Linguistic
Pupils tell the story
of the Little Red
Hen

Musical
Pupils sing a
song
Kinesthetic
Pupils role-play the story

Naturalistic
Pupils observe cats,
rats and goats and talk
about them.

Interpersonal
Pupils talk to each
other about the
characters they
like.

LogicalMathematical
Pupils describe
the things hen, cat
and goat do in
their homes

Visual-Spatial
Pupils draw a farm with
the houses of the cat, rat
and the goat

Intrapersonal
Pupils imagine
themselves as the
hen and tell what
they will do.

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