Charts - Index

Three Sets of Meanings for Educational Buzzwords

The same double-speak pervades the UN and all other parts of the new global management system

See also CHRONOLOGY of Education & GLOSSARY of Education Terms

 Old Paradigm

expected  meaning  

Transition: what

Parents are told  

New Paradigm

Actual  meaning  in  the NEW CONTEXT

Outcome-Based Education


Educating students according to planned results or "outcomes" A systemic plan to prepare all students to meet high standards  

A UN-led management system based on international educational standards using financial and other incentives to make sure local schools prepare students to meet its affective (feeling-based, not factual) standards. The delivery system for Mastery Learning (below).  

Critical Thinking Rational, factual study and analysis. Teaching students to think for themselves.

Criticizing and challenging traditional beliefs, values and authorities. Often uses ridicule, intimidation and rejection to conform children to the new paradigm.  

Values Clarification

Help students clarify traditional American values. Help students clarify & communicate their own values.

Using facilitated dialogue to replace old beliefs and values (first) with moral relativism and self-made choices, then (second) with new global beliefs and values. Shatters faith, destroys modesty, desensitizes to evil, and frees children to follow their feelings.

Mastery Learning

Students must learn the facts required in subjects such as math, grammar, history, etc. Students will be given time needed to master the new standards

Psychological strategies for conditioning students to new beliefs, values, and ways of thinking. Failure to meet attitudinal, not factual, standards means more drilling until students demonstrate the "right" responses  



Elected school boards represent local parents. Local schools choose and manage their own learning programs.

The lowest level of a new centralized bureaucracy. A selected panel of supportive citizens will make sure students learn what national standards and tests require.

World Class Standards

New standards needed for global challenges   “High standards” needed for work in a global economy  

Low standards for literacy, comprehension, and factual knowledge. “High standards” for the beliefs, attitudes, and group thinking needed to prepare human capital for the global workforce  

Higher Order Thinking Skills Factual, rational thinking Apply, analyze, synthesize, evaluate

Analyzing, synthesizing, and applying information based on politically correct sets of opinions and facts.  

Conflict Resolution Resolving conflicts. Learning to settle disputes peacefully.  

Learning to synthesize beliefs and trade old absolute beliefs and values for compromise positions and a new set of absolutes (see note below)  

Consensus Building Agreement through facilitated group discussion.   Seeking mutual understanding on a given subject.  

Reaching a predetermined outcome through facilitated dialogue, often by ignoring, labeling, intimidating, ridiculing, or ignoring any form of dissent.

Whole Language   The writer or speaker's normal, intended meaning.   Learning to read and write in a relevant, meaningful context.  

Student gives his own expression and meaning to text, rather than learning to extract meaning of author. Accuracy and literacy fade in this process of standardizing human capital.

Co-operative learning Students working together. Preparing  for work with people whose cultural values differ from yours.  

Vital to global standards in education and workplace. Faster students help slow students instead of moving ahead. All must practice unity and tolerance for other ways and values.

Multicultural Education Learning about  other cultures Learning to respect and appreciate “all” cultures & lifestyles

Becoming a multicultural person, open to the pluralistic beliefs and lifestyles of all except those who cling to Judeo-Christian values.

Drug or Sex Education  Warning students to avoid drugs and premarital sex.   Teaching facts and values needed for healthy lifestyles.  

Classroom encounter groups that discuss options under guidance of non-judgmental teacher. Unthinkable acts become alluring possibilities.  

The three global absolutes -- which children are trained to see as fact in our schools -- are: pantheism, monism, and evolution. (See Mind Control)

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