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-Mahatma Gandhi

Life Skills Education - explained by UNICEF

“Life skills education” OR “social and emotional learning” OR skills-based health education” helps young people develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, that builds their sense of personal worth and agency, and teaches them to interact with others constructively and effectively, has transformative potential in personal lives as well in the environment around.
Life skills learning – whether formal or informal – does not take place in a vacuum, and the ultimate expression of life skills learning – adaptive and positive behaviour – is greatly influenced by the environment in which individuals live, learn and act.

Life Skills Education at ‘The Commuknitree’
In today’s world where life skills are becoming the key differentiator between real world victories and defeats, we have created a methodology of polishing the life skills of the children with enriching community based projects.
These projects are designed to enhance the reflective skills such as problem-solving and critical thinking, personal skills such as self-awareness, and interpersonal skills of communication, solve real problems in the society and realise the self worth in the young minds.
Practicing life skills leads to qualities such as self-esteem, sociability and tolerance to action competencies and capabilities, generate change and to have the freedom to decide what to do and who to be.

Life Skills Education would enable adolescents

  • to articulate their issues
  • know their rights; build their self-esteem and self confidence
  • develop the ability to take responsibility for self, relationships and (to an extent) society around them

We at ‘The Commuknitree' believe these skills cannot be built by lecturing our children but by enabling them to solve real life issues practically. In line with the same thought process we have designed projects and are continuously designing projects that will help polish the life skills in our children.

Enroll with ‘The Commuknitree Club’ to avail the life skill training program.

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Back-to-School 2015

07 June 2015
10.30 am

                               Hall of Fame

"On hearing about the Commuknitree and it's event for the first time I had a feeling of excitement... I got all charged up by knowing that the Commuknitree is setting up amazing classes or rather clubs for enlightening the creativity in us youngsters, especially the aero modelling class seemed to put in an extra pinch of excitement; for this is something I don't get to see everywhere. The Commuknitree intends to explore a wide range of hidden creativity within the community. Apart from the classes, the event has also made me curious. I am looking forward to the Young Journalist Competition and also the many fun seminars. I also wish to join the Commuknitree club and help the society in my little ways thereby be of some importance to the betterment of the community.I'm counting days for the establishment of the Commuknitree and I hope that it brings back the fun in learning..."
- Swareena

"In today's competitive world, scoring good grades academically is not enough for the overall growth and development of a kid. They need to go way beyond the books to explore their unique personalities and talents. Commuknitree is an effort to help the kids find themselves. By joining hands with brilliant minds, commuknitree aims at imparting these special skills to the children of our society and bring out hidden talents. I am looking forward to their launch."
- Prerna

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