Learning 21st century life skills in an experiential manner from everyday learning spaces
Today's education system enables children to excel brilliantly in academics and co-curricular activities like 'arts' and 'sports'. But, does a child who excels in school really become an ALL ROUNDER?
Do all these academic, artistic and sports skills help a child grow into a self sufficient and responsible human being?
Do these make her/him a sensitive and aware "citizen' who thinks critically and participates actively?
Do these make her/him develop a good personality?- one who understands oneself and 'others' around him/her and hence interacts and engages with 'others' in the society accordingly?
Aren't these skills important for a child to grow up in life?
But where and how will a child learn these?
@ LIFE SCHOOL
Where children learn to 'live' by 'living' and 'experiencing'...
An open learning space where children learn the skills and attitudes to bring out the
happy beings in them.
A space where children observe, experience, experiment, understand, learn, adopt, create, express and share...