Teachers’ Training


The Three Acts of Goodness or TAG programs are carried out using Fo Guang Shan’s education philosophy and pedagogy identified as life education. Conceptualized by Venerable Master Hsing Yun, life education focuses on the nature and relationship of human beings and the human world.

For Venerable Master Hsing Yun (2006), “the most important aspect of life education should be to teach students to respect life, to teach them how to live in such a way that they manifest dignity of life itself, and to teach them how to create value and significance within their own lives.”

The TAG Teacher’s Training is part of the Three Acts of Goodness movement in the Philippines to strengthen the understanding and practice of the Three Acts of Goodness of the Filipino teachers. Anchored on the framework of life education, the San Hao Teacher’s Training is composed of workshops, lectures, and mindful practices.

TAG Teacher’s Training Programs:

  1. San Hao & Life – includes lectures on the Three Acts of Goodness, Five Harmonies and life education, workshops on models of teaching and essence of being a teacher, and mindful practices such as introduction to meditation and tea ceremony.

Duration: 3 days and 2 nights

  1. San Hao & Meditation – includes an in-depth experience of different meditation styles (sitting, walking, eating, and working) and other mindful practices such as sutra calligraphy, Ch’an in motion, and lectures providing a deeper understanding on the foundations of the Three Acts of Goodness, life education and the Noble Eightfold Path.

Duration: 3 days and 2 nights

Uplift and equip your teachers with the Three Acts of Goodness. Send the following to foguangshanph@gmail.com:

  1. Letter of request with email subject: REQUEST FOR THREE ACTS OF GOODNESS TEACHERS TRAINING. Indicate the proposed dates of the training and / or other special requests on the training program.
  2. Filled out application form.
  3. School information and profile of teacher’s attending the training.

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