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New Skills

Up-grading. New Skills. Staff and. for. Organizations. New Jobs. 1> General overview. 2> Key stakeholders. 3> Emerging skills needs. 4> Responsive education systems. 5> Emerging skills demands. 6> Recommendations. > 01. The driver: labor market.

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New Skills

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  1. Up-grading New Skills Staff and for Organizations New Jobs

  2. 1> General overview 2> Key stakeholders 3> Emerging skills needs 4> Responsive education systems 5> Emerging skills demands 6> Recommendations

  3. > 01 The driver: labor market What approach to make education and training systems more responsive to emerging skills needs, to match future demands in more and more globalized labor markets ?

  4. > 01 The EU context Key competences are a central feature of lifelong learning policies at the EU level and in Member States in comparison with the USA for example (see also Australia and Asia-Pacific).

  5. > 02 Key player: researchers On what would the learning and teaching experience be based without underpinning research?  Theory  Ideology  Dogma  Convenience  Prejudice

  6. > 02 Key player: vet experts Teachers have a key role in fostering the quality in procedural learning (learning to learn, etc.). On the importance of research on daily class and training room practices as a tool for development.

  7. > 02 Key player: policy-makers Educational policy-makers have the tendency to stimulate quick generic curriculum reforms. Example of policy-maker mistake: ignoring the shadow education system.

  8. > 02 Key player: employers Apprentices «just as important as graduates» The influence of the social media networking: the Linked-In practice The shadow education system

  9. > 03 Emerging skills needs (1>4) The EU perspective: key competences policy action (2006) Considerable impact on reforms of curriculum on teachers’ education and training, and learner-centred assessment approaches

  10. > 03 Emerging skills needs (2>4) Key competences are a combination of knowledge, skills, and attitudes perceived as essential Aimed to improve employability and civic participation in the context of lifelong learning

  11. > 03 Emerging skills needs (3>4) > Communication / mother tongue > Communication / foreign languages > Science and technology > Digital competences

  12. > 03 Emerging skills needs (4>4) > Learning to learn > Social and civic competences > Sense initiative / entrepreneurship > Cultural awareness / expression

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