Lesson series


Part 1, Theory (200 credits)

Course Description: The Flexibility course is designed to help primary students understand the importance of adaptability and flexibility in personal and social development. Through this course, students will learn about the importance of being able to adapt to changes, developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills, and practicing flexibility in various situations. The course will also cover the importance of developing communication skills.
Course Goals:
 Develop a deeper understanding of adaptability and flexibility and their importance in
personal and social development
 Build problem-solving and critical thinking skills
 Understand the importance of developing communication skills
 Practice flexibility in real-life scenarios
Course Structure: The Flexibility course is divided into modules that focus on specific aspects of adaptability and flexibility, including developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills, practicing flexibility in various situations, and developing communication skills. Each module includes practical activities, discussions, and reflection exercises that will help students develop their flexibility.
Module 1: Introduction to Flexibility
 Definition of flexibility and why it is important
 Understanding the importance of being able to adapt to changes
 Developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills to overcome obstacles to
Module 2: Practicing Flexibility in Real-Life Scenarios
 Identifying personal areas for improvement
 Developing strategies to practice flexibility in real-life scenarios
 Receiving feedback and support from peers and instructors
Module 3: Developing Communication Skills
 Understanding the basics of communication and why it is important
 Developing skills in active listening and empathetic communication
 Practicing communication skills through group activities and discussions
Evaluation and Assessment: The Flexibility course will use a range of assessment methods, including observation, self-assessment, and formative and summative assessments. Teachers and instructors will evaluate students based on their participation in class activities, written assignments, projects, and reflection exercises. The curriculum will also provide opportunities for peer feedback and evaluation to foster a sense of collaboration and accountability. Students will receive regular feedback on their progress and be encouraged to reflect on their learning and personal growth.

Part 2, Self Evaluation + Peer Evaluation (800 credits)
for 8 times, 6 hours/time coaching on the first Saturdays of each month plus self + peer evaluation during the 8 months