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The Self From Various Perspective
A. The Self from Various Philosophical Perspective
B. The Self, Society and Culture
C. Anthropological perspective of the Self
D. The Self as Cognitive Construct
E. The Self in Western and Eastern Thought
Unpacking The Self
A. The Physical Self
B. Sexual Self
C. The Material/Economic Self
D. The Spiritual Self
E. The Political Self
F. The Digital Self
Managing and Caring for the Self
A. Learning to be a Better Learner
B. Setting Goals for Success
C. Taking Charge of One’s Health
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Understanding the Self Conclusions
Significant Learning in UTS
Understanding the self is about who you are, who we are as individuals and who we are as
a persons related to other individual . In the other words, it deals with the nature of identity, as well
as the factors and forces that affect the development and maintenance of personal identity. It is
intended to facilitate the exploration of the issues and concerns regarding self and identity to arrive at
a better understanding of one's self. It strives to meet this goal by stressing the integration of the
personal with the academic—contextualizing matters discussed in the classroom and in the everyday
experiences of students—making for better learning, generating a new appreciation for the learning
process, and developing a more critical and reflective attitude while enabling them to manage and
improve their selves to attain a better quality of life.
In the previous discussions, we noticed that UTS is divided into three major parts: The first
part is The Self From Various Perspective, it seeks to understand the construct of self from various
disciplinary perspectives: philosophy, sociology, anthropology and psychology – as well as the more
traditional division between the East and the West – each seeking to provide answer to difficult but
essential question – “What is the Self?”. And raising, among others, the question: “Is there even a
construct of the Self?”. The second part is the Unpacking The Self it explores some of the various
aspects that make up the self; such as the biological and material up to and including the more recent
Digital Self. The third and final part is the Managing and Caring for the Self it identifies three areas of
concerns for young students: learning, goal setting, and managing stress. It also provides for the more
practical application of the concepts discussed in this course and enables them the hands-on
experience of developing self-help plans for self-regulated learning, goal setting and self care.
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What is the connection of each lesson?
Ano nga ba ang connections ng three parts of Understanding the self sa isa’t isa? Chapter 1
describes on how self is composed and developed that’s why si Chapter 2 is connected to one kasi it
also talks about the uniqueness of each other. Based on the aspects that make up the self like physical
self on how we see our physical appearance. While Chapter 3 is connected to both, Chapter 1 and
Chapter 2, because it deals about our different skills/capabilities and how we can improve our self.
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(PAT) While we are doing this report we realized that having a clear and deeper
understanding of one’s thought and behavioral patterns helps us to understand other people, their
thoughts and feelings. (Gab)The better understanding of the self leads to an overall healthy
relationship not just with yourself but to others as well. (Franzyn) The more we pay attention to our
emotions, action and thoughts, the more that we are knowing ourselves. And knowing yourself is
discovering who you really are as a human being; your deepest fears, self-doubts, vulnerabilities and
insecurities and recognize or determined your strength so you can build or work on them and
enhance them. (Lay Ann) In other words, Understanding the self provides one’s insight into who they
are, why they react as they do and gives them a direction for self-improvement.
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Do you think what you learned in UTS can help you a lot in life?