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Future Skills from the World Economic Forum

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The World Economic Forum should know something about the skills needed to power the global economy of the future. This presentation outlines what they consider to be the top ten skills required for future economic prosperity, on a personal and national level.

Notable exceptions notwithstanding, few countries have a curriculum offer which explicitly sets out to deliver these attitudes, behaviours and competences. We would do well to measure our own practice against these predictions and consider how we develop a curriculum which provides systematic rigour and opportunity for students to develop their skills and aptitudes to meet the challenges of the century…

Source: Future Skills from the World Economic Forum

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