Monday, 26 March 2012

More 21st Century Skills

High-performing countries like China, Finland, South Korea, and Singapore realise the global economic landscape has changed, and in response, they are re-imagining their education systems by focusing on developing 21st-century skills. We need to persuade the powers that be here that the future is only going to be secured if we develop a 21st Century Learning Framework to drive our learning landscape. A framework built on 21st Century Skills as well as subjects.

China, Finland, South Korea, and Singapore realise that character, resilience, grit, enterprise and creativity need to be at the heart of their learning provision and they are broadening their curriculum offer to create  communicative, imaginative, tech-savvy, multilingual students who are prepared for jobs that do not yet exist. In these nations education and learning matters and an intense focus is placed on attracting the brightest and the best into teaching. We need to do the same!

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