21st century skills and competencies

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21st century skills and competencies by Mind Map: 21st century skills and competencies

1. How to equip Pearson scholars with the 21st century competencies in order to be impactful changemakers for a peaceful and sustainable future?

2. The workforces of the future (and even our present day) are globalizing due to the Internet. It is now the norm to communicate with and market for global demographics instantaneously and effectively. An organization’s business partners are now halfway across the world, and yet they meet and work with each other every day! The ability to collaborate and communicate in these types of situations is essential for our students’ success in the future.

3. Analytical thinkers see data and information in many different dimensions, and from multiple angles. They are adept at conceptualization, organization and classification, and knowledge synthesis...https://globaldigitalcitizen.org/critical-21st-century-skills-every-student-needs

4. Sense-making

4.1. How is Pearson teaching this skill/competency? how to determine the deeper meanig or significance of what is being expressed

4.2. How to improve?

5. Social and Emotional Intelligence

5.1. Courage to face challenging circumstances

5.2. Enthusiasm

5.3. Kindness

5.4. Activelistening

5.5. Authenticity

5.6. Sense of "true north"

5.7. Curiosity

5.8. Compassion and service

5.9. Perserverence

5.10. Empathy

5.11. From hero to host

5.12. Open-heartedness

5.13. Idealism

5.14. Capacity to follow

5.15. Personal responsibility and integrity

5.16. Mutual responsibility and respect

5.17. Personal challenge

5.18. Action and personal example

6. SOLUTION FLUENCY: Novel and Adaptive Thinking

6.1. In the future, complex problems that we can’t even conceive right now will be everywhere. As society advances, so will the complexity of its manageable conflicts. The more we focus on developing students who can devise effective solutions to real-world problems, the more successful those students will become. This is what Solution Fluency is all about—solving complex problems effectively in real time using unique and carefully-designed solutions.https://globaldigitalcitizen.org/critical-21st-century-skills-every-student-needs

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6.3. Higher order thinking and sound reasoning

7. Cross-cultural competency (and celebration of difference)

7.1. How does Pearson empower students to operate/function/thrive in different cultural settings

8. Computational thinking

9. New Media Literacy/FLUENCY

9.1. MEDIA FLUENCY Communication is a broad term that incorporates multi-faceted levels of interaction and imparting information to others. Students love to communicate using technology, and this is an essential part of Media Fluency. But it’s more than just being able to effectively use digital media—it’s about personal interactions as well.

10. Transdisciplinarity

10.1. How does Pearson build literacy and promote ability to understand concepts across multiple disciplines

11. Design mindset

11.1. How does Pearson promote an innovation process to find solutions and solves problems in a user-centered context.

12. Cognitive load management

12.1. How does Pearson promote ability to discern the importance of information and understand how to maximize cognitive functioning using variety of tools and techniques?

13. real and virtual collaboration

14. Analytic thinking/INFORMATION FLUENCY

14.1. Tasks that require linear thinking and routine cognitive work are being outsourced more and more. So it’s essential to guide students towards being able to perform analytic thinking, as it is crucial to their ability to succeed in life after the classroom. Analytic thinking is a significant part of what makes up Information Fluency. https://globaldigitalcitizen.org/critical-21st-century-skills-every-student-needs

15. MEDIA FLUENCY Communication is a broad term that incorporates multi-faceted levels of interaction and imparting information to others. Students love to communicate using technology, and this is an essential part of Media Fluency. But it’s more than just being able to effectively use digital media—it’s about personal interactions as well.

16. ETHICS, ACTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

17. The New Global Risk Landscape

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18.6. Self care

18.7. Health and welleing

18.8. Change management

18.9. Empathy through trying and using skills to identify the thinking process and ethos an dintellegience across from

18.10. adaptivilit

18.11. Resilience

18.12. Creativity

18.13. OPenmindendess

18.14. Community sense and ethos

18.15. Hukmility

18.16. Ability to understand the problem

18.17. Compassion

18.18. Resourcefulness

18.19. Reflection, critical reflection

18.20. Critical ability to understand at a theoreticl level the common ancestor of all these crises, so that our understanding is not siloed

18.21. Solidarty so any skill that doesnt siply require a person to feel like they have to solve the problem alone

18.22. Information selection, critical thinking, in terms of -- information influecy

18.23. Reflection action and skilfull inquiry to really understand the problem

18.24. Strategy for nimble decision making that engage many actors. So in terms of the skills that we have intercultural communication, group decision to ensure shared by-in

18.25. Interconnectedness and understanding the eclogy of how each crises is interlinked, holistic understanding

18.26. Creativity, adaptability and kindesns. We want our students to care

18.27. Solidarity, and team building and partnerships so they know they cannot do this on their own

18.28. Social management bk the draw and distraction that comes from cybernetic connection, we are relentless social creatures and one of the biggest distractiosn when we are on the internet , but we must develop skills to manage the social groups. Social i

18.29. Communication skills

18.30. shift locus of control towards themselves, AGENCY

18.31. How can we make a paradigm shift-- from understanding the theory, putting emotions into equation......

18.32. Ability to learn..

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18.34. Cultivate the love to learn

18.35. Many of these are relevant to initial experience, you wont have epeirnce if you are not empathic

18.36. Transfer knowledge is part of th cycle:

18.37. Solutoins: willngess and capacity to learn, experiment and fail

18.38. Fail again, fail better, Samuel Bckett