الجمعة، 25 أبريل، 2014

Moroccan identity the contributions and benefits

to promote the lslamic / Moroccan identity and an awareness of its diverse, interactive and complementary components;
-to enable learners to become acquainted with both the contributions and benefits of present-day human civilisations;
- to promote patriotism;
-to enable learners to make contributions to modern science and technology;
-to promote their love of knowledge, research, and enquiry;
- to enhance their awareness of their obligations and rights;
- To initiate them into good citizenship and democratic practices;
- to initiate them into negotiation, tolerance, and acceptance of views which differ from their own;
- to initiate them into modernity values;
- to enable them to acquire the ability to communicate effectively in all settings;
- to familiarize them with continuous professional training;
- to enable them to develop competence in active and effective participation in the work of the local community and nation;
- to help them develop appreciation of beauty in the arts and crafts;
- to promote the learner’s spiritual moral, social and cultural development;
- to develop their knowledge, understanding and appreciation of their own and different cultures, and how these influence individuals and societies;
- to enhance their understanding of the principles, practices, and ideals of democracy;
- to raise their awareness of time as an asset both at school and life;
- to help them to develop their ability to think rationally and critically;
-to help them develop the competencies, attitudes and experiences that will make it possible for them to be productive members of society.

To the same end, the education system will stress the learners
-self-confidence;
-self-respect;
- respect and concern for others, especially those from different social, cultural ethnic and religious backgrounds;
-responsibility;
- diligence;
-compassion;
- integrity;
-self-discipline;
- courtesy; and
- wholesome relations with others.

The educational system focuses on both civic and character development, as can be seen from the lists above.
These values[1] are reflected explicitly or implicitly in the Enghsh curriculum for primary, lower secondary and upper secondary schools

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