It is a privilege for us to facilitate an LSE Curriculum Co-Creation with one of the UN Agencies focusing on children well being and well-fare. LSE (Life Skill Education) is a curriculum that is taught for adolescents that empower adolescents to make a well-informed decision, so they can respond to complex situations happen in their vulnerable age. Through LSE curriculum, adolescents will gain essential skills such as critical thinking, empathy while being educated on social knowledge that affect their lives.
We collected feedback from multiple stakeholders on the relevancy of LSE Curriculum that is piloted in 2 cities, Bone and Sorong from 20 February until 10 March 2020. We also formulate a recommendation on how to make it relevant. The research study involved stakeholders from multiple background and roles in the feedback collection activity. Hope this research will give positive impact to stakeholders in conducting LSE Curriculum.