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Published on March 20, 2014

Author: JomairahMulay

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This presentation includes a details about Foundational Principles of Morality, Values and Mission in relations to Teaching. Anyone is welcome to use this if they want to...^_^hehe

LESSON 3: The Foundational Principles of Morality and YOU!

“ When you carry out acts of kindness you get a wonderful feeling inside. It is as though something inside your body responds and says, yes, this is how I ought to feel.” -Unknown

What is Morality?

The Quality of human acts by which we call them right or wrong, good or evil.

Human action is right: Norm Rule Or law of morality

Human action is wrong: Contrary to the Norm Lacking of what is natural to a man.


What is meant by foundational moral principle?

Principle > something is based > founded > originated > initiated

A Foundational Moral Principle is, therefore, the universal norm upon which all other principles on the rightness or wrongness of an action are based.

> It is the source of MORALITY! > It is contained in the NATURAL LAW

Natural Law: “Do GOOD and avoid EVIL”

Teacher as a person of good moral character Teachers are duly licensed professionals who possess dignity and reputation with high moral values as well as technical and professional competence.

In the practice of their profession, they strictly adhere to, observe and practice this set of ethical and moral principles, standard and values.

GOOD MORAL CHARACTER 1- Fully Human 2- Loving Person 3- Virtuous Person 4- Morally Mature

LESSON 4: Values Formation and YOU!

“Education in values means the cultivation of affectivity, leading the educand through exposure to an experience of value and of the valuable.”

Is a right value for me also a right value for you?

Idealist Group • There are unchanging and universal values. Relativists Group • There are no universal and unchanging values.



VALUES FORMATION INCLUDES FORMATION IN THE COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE, BEHAVIORA L ASPECTS Take active part in value sessions. Help yourself by reading. Associate with model teachers. Avoid the “yeast” of those who will not exert a very good influence.  Take the Sound advice from Desiderata. Join community immersions


Develop your Intellect in its Three Functions:  Formation of Ideas Judgment Reasoning



VALUES CLARIFICATION CRITERIA: Free Chosen Chosen from among alternatives Chosen after due reflection Prized and Cherished Publucly Affirmed Incorporated into actual behavior Acted upon repeatedly in one’s life.

LESSON 5: Teaching as Your Vocation, Mission, and Profession!

“One looks back with appreciation To the briliiant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings” -Carl Jung

VOCATION Comes from the Latin word “vocare” which means to call. MISSION Comes from the Latin word “misio” which means to send

TEACHING AS YOUR MISSION Means it is the task entrusted to you in this world. You are expected;  To the betterment of this world To teach is to do all of these and more To teach is to influence everychild To teach is to help the child become more human

TEACHING: MISSION AND/OR JOB? If you are doing it only because you are paid for it; it’s a JOB. If you are doing it not nly for the pay but also for service; it’s a MISSION. If you quit because your boss or collea- gue criticized you; its a JOB. If you keep on teaching out of love; it’s a MISSION.

TEACHING: MISSION AND/OR JOB? If you teach because it does not interfere with your activities; it’s a JOB. If you are committed to teaching even if it means letting go of other activities ; it’s a MISSION. If you quit because no one praises or thanks you for what you do; its a JOB. If you remain teaching even though nobody recognize your efforts;it’s a MISSION.

TEACHING: MISSION AND/OR JOB? It’s hard to get excited about a teaching JOB. It’s almost impossible not to get excited about a MISSION. If our concern is success; its a JOB. If our concern is success plus Faithfulness; it’s a MISSION.

TEACHING: MISSION AND/OR JOB? An average school is filled by teachers doing their teaching JOB; A great school is filled with teachers involved in a mission of TEACHING.

THE ELEMENTS OF A PROFESSION “The term professional is one of the most exalted in the English language, denoting as it does, long and arduous years of preparation, a striving for excellence, a dedication to the public interest, and commitment to moral and ethical values.” -Hon. Hermogenes P. Pobre-

TEACHING AS PROFESSION •The end goal of a profession is service. • As a professional turns out to be dedicated and comitted. • You must be willing to go through a long period of preparation and a continuing professional development. • Strive for excellence, commit yourself to moral, ethical and religious values and dedicate yourself to public service.

THE ‘PWEDE NA’ MENTALITY VS. EXCELLENCE • The “striving for excellence” as another element of a profession bring us to our “pwede na” mentality, which is inimical to excellence. • The mortality rate in the LET for the past ten years is a glaring evidence that excellence is very much wanting of our teacher graduates.

TEACHING AND A LIFE OF MEANING • Spend it passionately in teaching, the most noble Profession.

TEACHING AND A LIFE OF MEANING • “Teaching may not be a lucrative position. It can- not guarantee financial security. Sometimes it means disappoitments, heartaches, and pains. But touching the hearts of people and opening the minds of children can give you joy and contenment which money could not buy. These are the moments I teach for. These are the moments I live for.” –Dr. Josette T. Biyo

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