Lifelong learning Grade 6

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Lifelong learning Grade 6

Lifelong learning enhances our comprehension, skill, and wisdom needed throughout the life. It is about creating and maintaining a positive attitude to learning both for personal and professional development. Lifelong learning boosts confidence and makes us adaptable. It shapes our belief system and cultivates a satisfying personal life.

Children can opt for Lifelong learning course along with the conventional subjects. This course is spread over all the grades in our school, covering the following areas.

  1. Consequences of your information on the Internet -11-16 year olds.
  2. Use of Children’s encyclopedia and Storytelling to encourage children’s participation in family discussions.
  3. Increasing imaginative capabilities through inventions and discoveries, sightseeing, visiting factories, zoo, aquarium, plane rides, sailing trips. Movie selections for children on Netflix.
  4. Friendship, Trust building, understanding money, cooperation, exchange, meeting strangers.
  5. Online friends club, collaboration in making YouTube channel, recording videos. Story writing for Children’s Newsletter and use of MailChimp emailing.
  6. Downloadable audio, video storybooks, apps and games. Using Wii and Xbox.
  7. Instructional programs about Instagram, web-chat, picture editing tools, blogs
  8. Encouraging Origami, Abacus, Lego, Mechano-set, Rubrics cube, Cooking.
  9. Learning various languages, Sign language, Shorthand, Typewriting and Handwriting
  10. Making Handicrafts, toys, developing hobbies and collections.
  11. Encouraging lifestyle of sharing and teamwork.
  12. Admiring nature, planting trees, hydroponics, saving water, disposing garbage, recycling.
  13. Telling the truth, being kind and respectful.
  14. Physical fitness exercises, hygiene, safety, and health.
  15. Learning to enjoy little things, handle emergency situations, coping with stress.
  16. Memorising significant facts, dates, quotable quotes
  17. Rhyming words, riddles and jokes, links to famous Children books, Classics, tales, and fables.
  18. Abiding by Law and Learning road signs
  19. Importance of Time Management, being organised and taking care of your belongings
  20. Understanding concepts; Time, Calendar, Weights, Measurements, Volume, Distance, Speed, Acceleration.
  21. Importance of computer usage, solar energy, carbon footprint
  22. Playing keyboards guitar and drum set, singalong karaoke, and dance.
  23. Riding a bike, camping and making a tent at home, Clay molding.
  24. Scrabble, Ludo, Memory cards
  25. Understanding Who am I?, why am I here?, What do you want to be and why?
  26. Learning to imagine, What if scenarios
  27. Making best friends, eating with family, helping in home chores.
  28. Use of mobile phone, remembering landmarks and addresses
  29. Helping the poor and needy.
  30. Scanned Translations from good books

This course is currently set as FREE. So go ahead, make AukSunLMS, Your Homeschool!

However, if you wish to contribute to teaching children, you may send any money:

Instructor

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Hi there, These courses have been co-compiled by Dr. Erum Khalid, Dr. Asif Qureshi, and Dr. Ahmed Kamal. They compile various resources to make courses including videos, quizzes projects on language, sciences, health etc. Alongside this, they train and facilitate online e-teachers. Dr. Erum Khalid is a co-author of Learning Management Systems at PCCF. She headed the AukSunLMS exploration project Sunrise – Lever du Soleil for two years. Currently, she offers its editorials. Dr. Asif Qureshi has always contributed wholeheartedly to PCCF's Rupee -a-day school, arranging computers and organizing curriculum. He assists in helping people globally. Dr. Ahmed Kamal ensures that each student maintain their individuality throughout the learning process. Moreover, it is important for the students to develop critical thinking skills so they can analyze the multitude of perspectives they will come across life. According to him 'If a student can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn'.
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