21st CCLC and JAKAPA: A Step By Step Guide
Youth Development and 21st CCLC Grant Programs Youth development is one of the four critical areas in any 21st CCLC grant program, and JAKAPA can
Soft skills are essential for a child’s development, and parents play an important role in helping children develop these skills. Soft skills are those non-academic skills, such as communication, problem-solving, and creativity, that are necessary for success in life. Soft skills can impact a students’ academic outcomes, general life happiness, credential or degree attainment and health outcomes. Soft skills are not something that is often taught in school the way math or science is, so it’s up to parents to help their children develop these skills.
Here are some tips on how parents can help their children develop soft skills at home, including self-management skills, innovation skills, social engagement skills, emotional resilience, and cooperation skills.