Accessible, differentiated activities that
develop transition and life skills
When students strengthen their noncognitive abilities and life skills, it also benefits their academic learning. In a research-based, interactive format, L3 Skills targets soft skills like perseverance and motivation to promote achievement and builds the practical skills students will use in school and beyond.
Build noncognitive skills for lifelong success
Integral to the L3 Skills gaming environment is an emphasis on deepening students’ problem-solving abilities and other key noncognitive abilities that are critical to success in life, including:
- Task completion
- Understanding cause and effect
- Choice making
- Creative thinking
- Social awareness
- Attention to detail
- Goal setting
- Gains in memory
Strengthen the practical, everyday skills
Games are also an ideal way to reinforce these non-academic skills that are essential to daily life and learning:
- Fine motor skills
- Visual discrimination
- Finger dexterity
- Digital literacy and navigation
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