Holistic Education Case Study

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The Holistic Approach in Education Holistic education stands clear that learners, need a wide range of skills to transform their living, and that of others around them. Certainly educating children is not a matter of flooding the market needs and fulfillment. According to Singh (2007), in the progressive changing world, learners need the capability to deal with the indeterminable future. In point of fact, a conventional wisdom pinpoints that a "holistic education" approach tackles all aspects of human challenges (p. 107) in life. Then, he went on to ask, whether an education, support learners to create capability, a useful key factor for
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An improved education advance learner in their “emotional” readiness. When it comes to reality, learners live in a jam-packed world of stress and deterrence, suffering from professional and personal stress make it hard to avoid the reality of sentiment in life. It comes then that emotion creates irritation, hatred, revenge, and other social ills. Contrary to that, an improved education should provide learners the devices for positive attitudes, friendship, and empathy to overcome social ills. Education has to create in learners the tendency of appreciating the natural creation around them and not watching the sun, the moon, the stars, rivers, lakes, forests, animals, just to name a few around them for granted. The splendors of natural creation play a role in branding, human life and economic development (Singh, …show more content…
In Tanzania, work responsibility has a clear definition in section III under the basic rights and duties section 25. (1), of the constitution. Singh (2007) suggests that fundamental duties remain one of the curriculum for students to learn. They are responsibilities for every civilian who enjoys autonomy in an independent. Singh (2007) concludes the holistic points with a plea, requesting readers to locate a specific spiritual place for their growth. He goes on to say that each one needs a spiritual denomination for creating a sense of right and wrong and open mind to the creator. He argues, “Human life is a unique opportunity. It is not a meaningless journey from the womb to the grave [, instead] a unique opportunity for spiritual growth and development.” It is about the lifelong spiritual needs of each individual person, and nurturing the soul during the spiritual journey (Singh, 2007, p.

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