Skills for 2030

Skills are the ability and capacity to carry out processes and be able to use one’s knowledge in a responsible way to achieve a goal. They involve mobilising knowledge, skills, attitudes and values to meet complex demands. The OECD Learning Compass 2030 distinguishes between three types of skills: cognitive and metacognitive skills; social and emotional skills; and practical and physical skills.

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OECD Learning Compass 2030

Social and emotional skills

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Learning to learn

India, Interdisciplinary

Systems thinking

Australia, Integrated Studies

Global Competency in Social Sciences

Mexico, Social Sciences

Global Competency in Natural Science

Kazakhstan, Natural Sciences

Computational Thinking in National Language

Japan, National Language