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COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION
Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University
Bacolor, Pampanga
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

School As Agent of Change:
Medieval
Oriental

Submitted by:
Fabian, Kenneth Y.
Estrella, Daren D.
BSEd I – E

Submitted to:
Mrs. Riza B. Lintag

Agents of Social Change

All children in schools need the skills to function as proactive citizens in society. Consultation, by students, teachers, parents, all the stake holders, on needs and how to address them, can be used as successful tool. It enables the exchange of ideas, networking, and the beginning of a culture of consultation among participants. The teachers are able to involve themselves in advancement of their profession by passing on their knowledge, not only to teachers already in the field but also to the students teachers of the future. Most importantly, a culture of consultation is initiated, which now needs to be nurtured among all staff and in inter-action with all parents and students. So who and what are the 'agents of social change'? They are around us: the new challenges we face, education itself, and the process of active consultation.

People around us can change our physical, mantal, spiritual and most of all social attitude. Being enrolled in a school is important part of our lives because in here you will meet lots of people and some of them will be your friends you will learn how to socialize to the people you don’t know. People around the school can be the agents of your social change. The people will surely change our social attitudes is our friends because our friends have different attitudes and personalities. As we share moments to them you will surely learn something to them and its your responsibility to analyze if it is good or bad. And sometimes we have to think if they are good friends or they are just bad influence to us.

Medieval - Middle Ages

Medieval students often sat together on the floor, scrawling notes

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