Teach your students the skills to navigate life and develop to their fullest potential.
We want to believe that someone is teaching our children how to communicate effectively. How to make informed decisions – and set goals.
The truth is, if young people don’t learn life skills in school, they may not learn them at all. And, we know that you have limited time to teach students these important skills.
That’s why SKILLS curriculum is developed to be flexible enough to fit into everything from core content classes and advisory periods, to after school and summer programs.
How it works?
The SKILLS curriculum is organized into pre-primary, primary school, and high school levels, each beginning with the three fundamental skills on which all other skills can be built: communication, decision making, and goal setting.
What is learning of life skills?
It’s the behavioral and societal skills young people need to successfully navigate life and develop to their fullest potential.
Learning of life skills give young people the tools and support they need to communicate more effectively, to make informed decisions, to set and achieve goals, to problem solve, to resolve conflict, to become responsible, caring, and productive citizens.
The SKILLS curriculum focuses on creating active learning experiences for young people through role playing, group and partner activities, reflection assignments, journal prompts and discussions.
It is a comprehensive program, covering life skills topics through fun, activity-based lessons that teaches students skills like communication, decision making, goal setting, coping, respect, conflict resolution, integrity, problem solving, and more.
The curricula include lessons on:
- Communicating Effectively
- Making Decisions
- Setting Goals
- Techniques for Addressing Bullying
- Preparing for College and Career
- Conflict Resolution
- Problem Solving
- Confidence Building
- Time Management