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Thinking skills:

  • ·       Creativity

  • ·       Problem solving  planning, curiosity, reflection 

  • ·       Decision making

  •     Critical thinking

Interpersonal skills:

  • ·       Dealing with others, looking at each other. Non-verbal, hand-shack, smiling,

  • ·       Communication skills, Listening skills, Empathy,

  • ·       Self-control, SEL

  • ·         Personal skills (time management,  communication( verbal & non-verbal, goal

  • ·         Attitude (positive attitude, focus, emotions, flexible, moral leadership )




Teamwork: Team-work ( charter, respect, values, listening, Trust, diversity, Honest, Culture, ) ... working like a sports team



  • ·       Ownership mindset

  • ·       Engineering mindset

  • ·       Process design

  • ·       Balanced scorecard

  • ·       Business literacy (quality, matrices, reporting, leadership, judgment, customer focus, info. mapping )



Image result for self-directed learningSelf-directed-learning-skills:

  • ·       Feedback

  • ·       Time management

  • ·       Learning from mistakes

  • ·       Adaptability, handling change

  •         Goal setting, writing things down



·         Key Web interface:  

  • ·         Email, Social networking, YouTube, Self-branding skills (Who you are ), Networking


Sacred Skills

Sacred thoughts


Wisdom: good decisions and taking the path that provides value to all (society)

Thinking skills (creative, critical, system), SEL learning, Decision making, Reflection, Innovation

Community: People and relationships count

Listening skills, communication skills, teamwork, Interpersonal skills, Relationship, Measurements

Social justice:  leaving the world a better place than you found it

Problem solving skills, positive outlook, Curiosity, Process skills, Executive functions 

Purpose: Sense of direction that you achieve,  the goals you set

Put first things first,  Pro-active outlook, Begin with the ends in mind, and Win-win for all, Time-management,  Project planning  



Life-Skills ...Students become cognitively aware of their life skills while  doing activities:


From our experiences in business & education, we have created a curriculum that sifted out the manual part of work and created thinking employees with unique mindset thinking and life-skills to be productive in your organization.  These are the people that AI will be difficult to replace.

• Attitude (positive attitude, focus, emotions, flexible, moral leadership )

• Social & emotional learning ( character developmentempathy, responsibility, self-esteem, flexibility, self-disipline )

• Team-work ( charter, respect, values, listening, trust, diversity, culture, ) ... working like a sports team

• Problem-solving ( creative & critical thinking, decisions, planning, curiosity, reflection  )

• Personal skills (financial literacy,  time managementcommunication( verbal & non-verbal, goal setting)

• Business literacy (quality, processes, matrices, reporting, leadership, judgment, customer focus, info. mapping )

  • Key individual interface  Email, Social networking, YouTube, Self-branding skills (Who you are ), Networking



How are the Life Skills integrated into the project?

Connection to "College and Career Readiness";  MassCore



Good overview of the process



1.       The school community promotes core ethical and performance values as the foundation of good character.

2.       The school defines “character” comprehensively to include thinking, feeling, and doing.

3.       The school uses a comprehensive, intentional, and proactive approach to character development.

4.       The school creates a caring community.

5.       The school provides students with opportunities for moral action.

6.       The school offers a meaningful and challenging academic curriculum that respects all learners, develops their character, and helps them to succeed.

7.       The school fosters students’ self-motivation.

8.       The school staff is an ethical learning community that shares responsibility for character education and adheres to the same core values that guide the students.

9.       The school fosters shared leadership and long-range support of the character education initiative.

10.    The school engages families and community members as partners in the character-building effort.

11.    The school regularly assesses its culture and climate, the functioning of its staff as character educators, and the extent to which its students manifest good character.

Documents\The Partnership for Twenty-First-Century Skills.pdf
Documents\Character Strengths and Virtues_07052016.pdf