Module Five Task One Self Actualization as an educational goal

Module Five Task One Self Actualization as an educational goal

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Module Five Task One: Self-Actualization as an Educational Goal By: Pam Perrino As I read the article Excerpt from Moral Education and began to reflect on how to create a curriculum that would foster self actualization and I began to also think of how my experiences with the educational system particularly K-6 have been a struggle in trying to achieve individuality for children. As I reflect on the article I feel that any curriculum that is to support self actualization would have to start with meeting the child’s basic human needs. These needs would include food, shelter, sufficient sleep, and social emotional wellness. I would incorporate a one stop concept into every public school building. In an ideal world every school building would have representation from all the social service agencies in the community that would foster and support quality, not just adequate, food, shelter, rest, and social emotional wellness. The school would become the community center for children and families to ensure basic needs were met
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course EDUCATION 111 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '10 term at Bowling Green.

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Module Five Task One Self Actualization as an educational goal

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