Is today’s educational system providing a person with the necessary value in their real life? This necessitates in-depth reflection, and the solution is not simple because real life revolves upon one’s overall psychological, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual well-being.

Over time, we’ve seen and learned that Schools use inventive and novel teaching and learning methods, as well as a variety of tools and strategies, to make the process easier.

Strategy Change – Evolving Curriculum —- Outcome:

Self-realization and self-actualization are the fundamental factors for enhancing a person’s life skills in today’s environment. Value education, which is an element of 21st Century Skills, is used to achieve the desired result.

With this result serving as an eye-opener and inner spark, it’s time to consider creating a curricula on how to turn dreams into reality, activities to increase happiness hormone secretion, mapping job roles with intelligences, identifying age-appropriate skills, mapping the same with relevant activities, and so on.

What are values and why are they important?

Values have been embedded in our basic beliefs depending on what and how we understand life and how we choose to live it. Our actions and decisions are guided by our values. Our values revolve around our parents’ and grandparents’ lifestyles. It’s a form of design thinking that’s centered on the type of person you want to be.

A person’s values make him or her more responsible and sensible. It aids in the development of a hearty connection with others around you. Values are true guiding ideas that can be applied to both personal and professional lives. For example, “What we believe, we become & our becoming is total being”

BAB practices to Values:

                                                   “Belief system reflects our attitude;

                                                    Attitudes reflect in our behavior;

                                                    Behaviors reflect our VALUES”

The following is a list of the Top 15 Values that should be taught in schools. Education in the classroom – A value-based classroom that goes beyond academics

                            Blend Program

            Life skills + Academic skills                                              21st Century skills



S.No Top Values                                 Objective
1 Harmony & Happiness Happiness combats all stress factors
2 Courage & Creativity To think out of the box- unconditional
3 Kindness  &  Compassion Enabling one to connect others with care and know-how positive mental strength could be boosted.
4 Integrity & Individuality To understand the uniqueness of what we are.
5 Positivity & Possibility To see & feel maximum positive aspects & create all possible dimensions out of it.
6 Inspiration & Aspiration Connecting with what attracts & channelizing the same for total being.
7 Patience & Passion Understanding & focusing on what is required irrespective of mood calamities
8 Gratitude & Growth Gratitude stands as the strong foundation for growth
9 Responsibility & Resilience Teaches “onus” and helps to recover or repair or fix problems
10 Self-giving & Generosity Sharing, Caring and Pairing- biggest Bluetooth formula for purposeful life.
11 Love & Loyalty Love & loyalty can do wonders and love can do anything to bring everything into alignment.
12 Looking & Seeing Differentiating LSRW skillsets to understand and apply
13 Awareness & Attention Knowing and applying to accomplish
14 Action & Outcome Creating and co creating for Celebration
15 Peace & Purpose of life Learning ways to overcome all glitches irrespective of differences and writing one’s own vision & mission statement.



Academic skills can help a person thrive in his or her career and profession, whereas Value Education can help a person become a “Complete Man” through life skills.

Because all life skills are the core layer of 21st Century education, value-based education has become a must.