Aims Of Learning For Life

The aims of Learning for Life are to:

  1. Encourage a desire for life-long learning.
  2. Foster the acquisition and application of personal/social skills.
  3. Prepare tomorrow's workforce through exposure of career management skills.
  4. Develop engaged citizens.

Methods

Learning for Life's seven programs are delivered by adults (teachers, mentors, speakers, advisors or parents) in one of two ways: instructional settings and work sites.

  1. Instructional settings can be:
  2. Work sites can be:
AIMS OF LEARNING FOR LIFE
Encourage a desire for life-long learningFoster the acquisition and application of personal and social skillsPrepare tomorrow's workforce through exposure of career management skillsDevelop engaged citizens
Reinforcing academic proficiencies Building interpersonal skillsOffering career information Increasing the appreciation of the American democratic system
Developing communication abilitiesFacilitating leadership developmentFostering career planningParticipating in service learning experiences
Enhancing life skills Coaching character development Presenting opportunities for career experiences Preparing responsible individuals for each life role (life role as a member of a family, community, nation and world and as a worker)
Exposure to healthy life style habits Influencing cultural competency and recognition of diversityDeveloping employment skills
Emphasizing continued educational achievement Teaching problem solving and decision making skillsCultivating the use of resources, information & technology

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