This article underscores the importance of skills other that hard academic skills in order to prepare students to be successful in an ever-changing world. These other skills include critical thinking, problem solving, communication and literacy.Source:
Roger Riddell, Education DIVE, December 22, 2017Description:
"While much of the focus on STEM subjects had been on teaching students hard skills like coding, soft skills in areas like creative and critical thinking, communication, and collaboration are much more important when comes to producing graduates who are lifelong learners, capable of pivoting amid major changes in whatever career field they choose."Read the full article here!