What is the number 1 Life Skill in the Life Skills Report Card?
” If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” African Proverb
Parenting 2.0 is an international consciousness movement that promotes a more egalitarian, compassionate and proactive Life Skills educational process. What a small group of individuals achieved for academics in the 20th century, Parenting 2.0 is achieving for Life Skills in the 21st century.
Parenting 2.0 defines Life Skills as:
Skills every human being learns. Examples include emotional, financial and environmental literacy. The question is not “Will you learn Life Skills?”, simply “How Well?”
Who are your Life Skills Educators?
Currently, parents typically provide the bulk of Life Skills education – parents rarely formally educated in critical Life Skills themselves. Barring a personal crisis, few individuals further their education after reaching adulthood. Parenting 2.0 advocates a paradigm shift, where Life Skills receive the same respect routinely afforded academics, sports and music.
What is the Life Skills Report Card?
The Life Skills Report Card is a communication tool similar in concept to academic report cards. Categories include:
- Personal Care
- Respect for Self and Others
Life Skills are used every day of your life throughout the entirety of your life. Important? Yes!