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HIS MAJESTY THE FOURTH
KING OF BHUTAN
• 4th
King (1974): GNH rather
than GNP should be the
yardstick for measuring
progres...
1. Living standards
2. Education
3. Health
1. Living standards
2. Education
3. Health
4. Cultural Diversity and Resilience...
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Educating for GNH: GOAL
.
.
Expectations of a GNH Graduate
Workplace
right livelihood
right attitude
Role
model/change
agent/leader
Joy at work
Mindfu...
10
Thecultureof wearingtheir
owndress
YOUTH POLICE PARTNESHIP IN COMMUNITY SERVICE
12
Quotes from various stakeholders on the
impact of GNH
“My school is litter free. Our school usually has 10 minutes clea...
HIS MAJESTY THE FIFTH
KING OF BHUTAN
• His Majesty said he does not care too much
for statistics. “What matters to me is n...
GNH has come to mean so many things to so
many people. But to me, it signifies simply,
‘Development with values’.
Educating for Gross National Happiness
Educating for Gross National Happiness
Educating for Gross National Happiness
Educating for Gross National Happiness
Educating for Gross National Happiness
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Educating for Gross National Happiness

Infusing Educating for Gross National Happiness (GNH) in the Bhutanese Education System

Presenter’s Name: Phuntsho Lham
Position: Chief Education Monitoring Division, Department of School Education
Organization: Ministry of Education
Country: Bhutan

Abstract:
In the early 70s, His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the fourth King of Bhutan announced that Gross National Happiness is more important than the Gross National Product. Since then Gross National Happiness (GNH) has been the guiding philosophy behind Bhutan’s developmental path, judiciously balancing sustainable and equitable economic development with environmental conservation, good governance and the dynamism and wisdom of our profound and ancient culture.
Education is the key to translating the vision of GNH into action on a daily basis, therefore, recognizing the need to ensure that GNH principles and values become a way of life. In 2010 the Ministry of Education introduced the Educating for GNH initiative in all our schools. The aim was to bring GNH principles, approaches, and examples into the country’s educational system and curricula at every level – from kindergarten and first grade through high school graduation and into tertiary education.
Infusing GNH into the school curriculum is not about having a separate subject. It is about enriching the process of education. It has to do with creating a content and approach that infuse a GNH consciousness into everything that is learnt and taught. In this way we can bring our mundane daily school lives a bit closer to the sublime vision of our beloved fourth King, who pronounced GNH to be our country’s defining goal.

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  1. 1. HIS MAJESTY THE FOURTH KING OF BHUTAN • 4th King (1974): GNH rather than GNP should be the yardstick for measuring progress. • GNH • multi dimensional development approach to achieve a harmonious balance between material well being and the spiritual, emotional and cultural needs of our society.
  2. 2. 1. Living standards 2. Education 3. Health 1. Living standards 2. Education 3. Health 4. Cultural Diversity and Resilience 5. Community Vitality 6. Time use 7. Psychological well being 4. Cultural Diversity and Resilience 5. Community Vitality 6. Time use 7. Psychological well being 8. Ecological Diversity8. Ecological Diversity 9. Good Governance 4 Pillars and 9 Domains of GNH- metrics Sustainable and Equitable Socio- economic Development Sustainable and Equitable Socio- economic Development Preservation and Promotion of Culture Preservation and Promotion of Culture Conservation of Environment Good Governance
  3. 3. . Educating for GNH: GOAL
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  6. 6. Expectations of a GNH Graduate Workplace right livelihood right attitude Role model/change agent/leader Joy at work Mindful Competent & productive Self Creative/ resourcefu l Confident Reflective Upright Compassio nate sensitive Family Best school Pure or unconditional love Responsibility within the family Appreciate indigenous value system Intelligent decision making High sense of gratitude Community Community activities and services Participate in cultural events Stay involved in the community Mutual respect & care for each other Care of community /environment Promote equality & justice Citizen engaged in democratic activities Resourceful /creative Honest, resistant to corruption Ecological conscious Universal values
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  8. 8. Thecultureof wearingtheir owndress YOUTH POLICE PARTNESHIP IN COMMUNITY SERVICE
  9. 9. 12 Quotes from various stakeholders on the impact of GNH “My school is litter free. Our school usually has 10 minutes cleaning before the morning assembly, where all the children are engaged in cleaning and emptying dust bins. Now with this pledge- Litter Free. The ten minutes in the morning is not required because children don’t litter and there is hardly any cleaning to be done in the morning.” This is a great change in my school” (Principal) “We do 2 minute of meditation before the morning prayer, which I find very helpful. We could not believe that suddenly children become so quiet while they gather for the morning assembly.” This is very successful.” (Principal) “I see so much change in my class. Children don’t yell and shout and they like 2 minute meditation.” (Teacher) “ The initiative has made great impact, specially there is sudden decrease of bullying and in discipline problem. We don’t encounter discipline problem.” (Teacher)
  10. 10. HIS MAJESTY THE FIFTH KING OF BHUTAN • His Majesty said he does not care too much for statistics. “What matters to me is not whether we have thousands of students with Masters or graduate degrees. What really matters to me is whether a citizen, no matter what the level of his or her education, is able to fulfill responsibilities, serve with loyalty and bring good fortune and wellbeing to the family, community and nation.” • His Majesty asked the teachers to have confidence in education system. “I am a proud product of Bhutanese schools,” His Majesty stated. “Lastly, I want to remind you all that the national goals of Bhutan must be contemplated upon and defined by the people.” To stress this point, His Majesty quoted the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, who said, in his Coronation Address in 1974, “Years and decades of effort by the government will not equal the result of a little effort by the people.”
  11. 11. GNH has come to mean so many things to so many people. But to me, it signifies simply, ‘Development with values’.

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Infusing Educating for Gross National Happiness (GNH) in the Bhutanese Education System Presenter’s Name: Phuntsho Lham Position: Chief Education Monitoring Division, Department of School Education Organization: Ministry of Education Country: Bhutan Abstract: In the early 70s, His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the fourth King of Bhutan announced that Gross National Happiness is more important than the Gross National Product. Since then Gross National Happiness (GNH) has been the guiding philosophy behind Bhutan’s developmental path, judiciously balancing sustainable and equitable economic development with environmental conservation, good governance and the dynamism and wisdom of our profound and ancient culture. Education is the key to translating the vision of GNH into action on a daily basis, therefore, recognizing the need to ensure that GNH principles and values become a way of life. In 2010 the Ministry of Education introduced the Educating for GNH initiative in all our schools. The aim was to bring GNH principles, approaches, and examples into the country’s educational system and curricula at every level – from kindergarten and first grade through high school graduation and into tertiary education. Infusing GNH into the school curriculum is not about having a separate subject. It is about enriching the process of education. It has to do with creating a content and approach that infuse a GNH consciousness into everything that is learnt and taught. In this way we can bring our mundane daily school lives a bit closer to the sublime vision of our beloved fourth King, who pronounced GNH to be our country’s defining goal.

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