This is a solution to the “soft skills” problem that’s not only an issue in schools, but a major complaint of employers. Soft skills refer to a broad set of skills, competencies, behaviors, attitudes, and personal qualities that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals. These skills are broadly applicable and complement other skills such as technical, vocational, and academic skills.
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Emotional Intelligence or Socio-emotional Skills
- Relationship Management
- Social Awareness
- Global Competence
Higher-order Thinking Skills
At a basic level, this includes an ability to identify an issue and take in information from multiple sources to evaluate options in order to reach a reasonable conclusion.
- Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking
- System Thinking Skills
- Decision Making
- Curiosity and Creativity
- Include effective expression, transmission, understanding, and interpretation of knowledge and ideas.
- Effective Listening
- Awareness of Non-verbal communication