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《良師之道》收錄了歷年來證嚴上人對教育者的開示,從教師要如何因應社會風氣施教、如何調整自己的教學心態、與學生及家長的應對之道、學生要以何種態度和教師互動、以及家長教育孩子的正確心態等等皆有著墨。
 
全書共分為十個章節,期許教育者要心懷喜捨之心,才能以恢弘的器量,接受好的新觀念、新做法。而這分「捨」的精神,包括捨棄我執、我見,不頑固守舊,或執著學派,排斥異己。此書無論是教師、家長及學生都受用,盼使學生們在愛的教育下成長。
 
The Path of Good Teachers compiles Dharma Master Cheng Yen’s teachings to educators, such as how they should instruct their students in the current social climate, how to best align their attitudes and expectations with the task of education, and how to interact with students and parents. It also touches upon how students should interact with their teachers and how parents should have the proper mindset when teaching their children.

 
This book is divided into ten chapters and emphasizes that educators must have a heart of joy and equanimity and spacious hearts that can accept new ideas and new practices. This spirit of equanimity includes letting go of their egos and attachments so they do not stubbornly cling to old ways nor remain attached to a certain school of thought that leads them to reject those that are different. This book is suitable for teachers, parents, and students and hopes to help students grow up in a loving educational environment.

作者簡介
 
證嚴上人於一九三七年,出生於臺灣臺中清水。上人服膺上印下順導師「為佛教、為眾生」之慈示奉持不懈。一九六六年創辦佛教克難慈濟功德會,自此展開「濟貧教富」的工作。慈濟世界在法師慈悲呵護下,數十年來,一步一步地堅實茁壯;發展為慈善、醫療、教育、人文四大志業,以及國際賑災、環境保護、社區志工、骨髓捐贈八大腳印,透過親手拔除眾生的苦痛,以善與大愛膚慰人間。近年來,證嚴上人的貢獻獲得國際間一致推崇;於2011年獲美國羅斯福基金會頒贈「傑出公共服務獎」, 並被時代雜誌列為2011年全球百大最具影響力人物。2014年獲頒國際扶輪社「最高榮譽獎」,肯定證嚴上人對於人道主義精神與世界和平的貢獻。


About the Author:
Dharma Master Cheng Yen was born in 1937 in a small town in Taichung County, Taiwan. When she was twenty-three years old, she left home to become a Buddhist nun, and was instructed by her mentor, Venerable Master Yin Shun, to work “for Buddha’s teachings, for sentient beings.” In 1966, she founded a charity, which later turned into the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, to “help the poor and educate the rich”—to give material aid to the needy and inspire love and humanity in both givers and recipients.
 
In recent years, Master Cheng Yen’s contributions have been increasingly recognized by the global community. In 2011, she was recognized with the Roosevelt Institute’s FDR Distinguished Public Service Award and was named to the 2011 TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people. In 2014, she was presented with Rotary International’s Award of Honor in recognition of her humanitarian efforts and contributions to world peace.
 
  • Chapter One: Core Concepts
  • Loving-Kindness, Compassion, Joy, and Equanimity
  • Respecting Life
  • Paving the Path for Our Children
  • The Stabilizing Force for a Harmonious Society
  • Education Is the Solution
  • Returning to Our Pure, Innate Nature
  • Cultivating the Mind Through Education
  • All Beings Are Interconnected
  • Being a Role Model Through Education
  • Early Childhood Education Is Crucial
  • Protecting Children’s Hearts
  • An Integrative and Holistic Education
  • Protecting Children’s Innocence
  • With Good Intentions Come Blessings
  • Taking Roots Downward while Growing Upward
  • A Heart of Joy and Equanimity
  • Education Is the Hope of Humanity
  • Educating for the Sake of Education
  • Religion Gives Our Lives Purpose and Teaches Us How to Live
  • Educating Children to Influence Their Families
  • Transforming Research Findings into Inner Cultivation
  • Seeking True Principles
  • Returning to the Beauty and Kindness of Humanity in Academic Research
  • The Sky, Earth, and Universe Is Our Classroom
  • Educating All of Society
  • Insight into the Purpose of Academic Studies
  • Good Descendants Come From Good Education
  • Teachers and Students Treating Each Other with Sincerity
  • Teachers Become the Parents Who Nurture Wisdom Life
  • Education Must Take Root from Youth
  • Teachers Are the Source of Education
  • Club Activities
  • Self-Rule Is to Cherish Oneself
  • The Virus of Social Climate
  • Exterminating the Virus of Social Climate
  • Harmony among People Brings Harmony in Society
  • Education Must Start with Leaders in Society
  • A Good Teacher
  • The Fundamental Duties of a Student
  • Gardener of Mother Earth
  • Empathy
  • Teenagers’ Problems Lie in Their Education
  • Chapter Two: Life Education
  • Life Education Is About Refining Our Character
  • The Meaning of Life
  • Respecting Others and Ourselves
  • Applying the Buddha Dharma in Daily Living
  • Teaching Children to Be Principle-Centered and Sensible
  • Preventing Spiritual Emptiness
  • Promoting Humanistic Culture Through Life Education in School
  • Our Fundamental Duty
  • To Love Oneself Is to Take Good Care of One’s Body and Mind
  • Gratitude and Giving
  • Education Cannot Depart from Principles of Conducting Oneself
  • Dressing Reflects Personality
  • Spiritual Disasters
  • Dignified Living
  • The Art of Living
  • Protecting the Proper Way of Life
  • School Rules Keep Children on the Right Track
  • Life Education
  • Qualities of a Refined Character
  • Life Wisdom
  • The Beauty of Human Nature
  • Manifesting Inner Cultivation Externally
  • Actualizing Education in Daily Living
  • Developing Knowledge and Etiquette in Parallel
  • Manifesting the Vitality of Life in Daily Living
  • Life Is Like a Stage
  • Chapter Three: Moral Education
  • Preserving the Beauty of Chinese Culture Through Education
  • Cultivating Our Minds
  • Lack of Respect Leads to Moral Decline
  • Propriety, Righteousness, Integrity, and Dignity Are Keys to Learning
  • Good Grades Versus Good Character
  • Culture Must Be a Part of Education
  • Nurturing Character Through Moral Education
  • The True Meaning of Freedom Lies in Cherishing Oneself and Giving
  • Cultivating a Dignified Body and Mind
  • Reinstating the Ethics of Ancient Sages
  • Building a Deep-Rooted Foundation of Ethics for Children
  • Danger of Immorality
  • Instilling Discipline Through Education
  • Ethics and Morals Form the Foundations of Project Hope
  • “Human Beings” Versus “Sentient Beings”
  • The Responsibility of Teachers Is to Help Children Understand Principles
  • Warriors of Morality
  • Chapter Four: Humanistic Education
  • Restoring Traditional Ethics
  • Filial Piety
  • Enlightenment
  • Restoring Humanistic Spirit
  • Regaining the Beauty of Human Nature
  • Tzu Chi’s Humanistic Culture Is Aligned with the Dharma
  • Model Education
  • Protecting Children’s Pure Minds
  • Discerning Right from Wrong
  • Returning to One’s Innocent Innate Nature
  • Teaching with Love
  • The Value of Life Is in Giving
  • Wondrous Dharma
  • Humanistic Education Is about Educating People
  • Uncovering the Beauty of Human Nature
  • Education Must Be Steered by Humanistic Spirit
  • The Pure Stream of Humanity Begins with Teachers
  • Tzu Chi’s Volunteer Culture Is Humanistic Culture
  • Humanistic Culture Must Start with People
  • A Religion of Going among People
  • Chapter Five: Educating with Love
  • “Loving” Versus “Spoiling”
  • Be “Loving” and “Caring”
  • Love Must Be Sincere
  • Building the Future with Love
  • Be Content and Grateful
  • Nurturing Students with Great Love
  • Giving Love and Being Grateful
  • The Circle of Love
  • Wisdom Is Like Water
  • Happiness Comes from a Loving Heart
  • Future Buddhas
  • Treating Sentient Beings’ Illnesses with Love
  • The Goal of Education Is “Love”
  • Rebuilding Education with Love
  • Sincere Love
  • Love Deficiency Syndrome
  • Romantic Love Is Not Awakened Love
  • Love Is about Taking Action
  • Love Is the Seed; Perseverance Is the Plough
  • Never Miss the Golden Years of Growing Up
  • The Links of Love
  • Chapter Six: The Heart of a Teacher
  • Cultivate the Field of Blessings to Reap Blessed Conditions
  • The Seeds of Great Love
  • Living Bodhisattvas
  • Wholesome Education
  • Teachers Must Elevate Themselves
  • Actions Speak Louder than Words
  • When Many Sages Emerge
  • Be a Practical and Hard-Working Practitioner
  • Living for Work
  • Love Yourself before Loving Others
  • Being Role Models
  • Reforming Students with Sincerity and Virtues
  • Seek and Transform
  • Give Sincerely, without Expectations
  • Cherishing Oneself Is the Origin of Great Love
  • Manage with Love
  • “Mission” and “Profession”
  • Upholding Initial Vows
  • Teaching as a Mission
  • Sustained Perseverance
  • Good Teachers Nurture Good Doctors and Ministers
  • A Good Teacher Is Better than a Reputable School
  • Spiritual Engineers
  • Working Hard to Save People’s Hearts
  • Bringing Purity to the Mind Starts with Teachers
  • Students’ Minds Are like Blank Paper
  • Saving People’s Hearts Is Teachers’ Mission
  • Imparting Knowledge, Teaching People, Cultivating Minds
  • The Emptiness of All Phenomena Is the Seat
  • Teacher-Student Relationships
  • Proper Faith
  • The Mindset of Great Equanimity
  • Selflessness Brings Happiness
  • Having No Expectations Brings Infinite Merits
  • Great Joy and Great Equanimity
  • Passing on Wisdom Life
  • Education Is the Project Hope of Life
  • Seeds of Love
  • Cultivating the Field of the Mind
  • Cultivating the Field of Blessings
  • A Lush Green Forest
  • Guiding Those Who Are Lost
  • Dripping Water Penetrates Rock
  • Letting Others Teach Our Children
  • Loving-Kindness without Regrets
  • Nurturing Seedlings to Grow into Trees
  • Teaching by Example
  • Teachers Always Love You
  • Opening the Door to Our Minds
  • Chapter Seven: The Dignity of Teachers
  • The Dignity of Teachers Is Founded on Love
  • The Role of a Student
  • Elevating the Dignity of Teachers
  • Building the New Education Ideal
  • Teachers Help Us Succeed
  • Being Grateful
  • Chapter Eight: Teaching Methods
  • Learning Gratitude
  • Practical Teachings
  • Benefitting the World
  • Expounding Principles Through Jing Si Aphorisms
  • Putting True Principles into Practice
  • A Focus on Character-Building
  • Using Matters to Reveal Principles
  • Teach, Learn, and Do before Speaking
  • Effective Teaching
  • Four Magic Keys in Teaching
  • Six Medicinal Ingredients in Teaching
  • Teaching Requires Profound Skills
  • Guiding with Sensibility
  • Keys in Guidance: Stop, Listen, Observe, Go
  • Chapter Nine: Conscience and Innate Goodness
  • Transforming Intelligence into Wisdom
  • Education for Wisdom Life
  • Our Altruistic Ability Is Wisdom
  • Adjusting One’s Mindset
  • Innate Goodness and Conscience
  • Chapter Ten: The Role of Parents
  • Growing Up Naturally
  • A Bodhisattva Expects Nothing in Return
  • Parents Must Also Be Taught
  • Parents’ Hearts Are Like Pincushions
  • The Iron Triangle in Education
  • Parents and Teachers in Working Unity
  • A Clean Learning Environment
  • Family Ethics
  • Maternal Love Must Be Moderate
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