After some time, we can supply the tree with fertiliser to give it the required nutritions to grow healthy and strong.
2. Promoting the Public Good
Fertiliser is full of chemicals that plants thrive on to survive. They contain 4 main components: nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and ballast (indicated by the small balls). Each chemical conveys a hidden idea by connecting them to the "Code of Conduct."
4. Accountability and Transparency
3. Commitment to the system of Government
Code of Conduct
1. Integrity and Impartiality
Now the plant has grown into a small tree, insects are evident in the growth development of a tree. Insects provide the tree with additional nutrition and protection.
With each insect claiming the tree as its home, they must act in a professional manner to protect its habitat. This can be applied to the professional standards towards teachers.
For the bugs to survive in the tree, they first need to know the terrain, plan, create, support, and engage in all methods of survival
Finally, after the tree has grown to a mature size, it has become independent and is now able to maintain his health on its own. Therefore, it has the ability to grow fruits for children to eat and share equitable.
Education in the 21st Century
With the help and guidance from the teacher, students can maintain an education while also providing equity and diversity in all aspects of the curriculum.