The most important skills of the future are the soft skills we are taught in primary school

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The most important skills of the future are the soft skills we are taught in primary school

In an article published by World Economic Forum David Deming Associate Professor of Education and Economics at Harvard University argues that soft skills like sharing, negotiating, empathy and cooperation are the most important skills we can teach our children in order to succesfully navigate the modern workplace and an uncertain jobmarket due to disruption from AI and technological advancements.
 
Rosan Bosch suggests looking to the untapped potential of 'behavioural architecture' and the physical learning environment as key to breaking the conservative behavioral patterns that are engrained in us based on a passive education system and classroom structure.
 
 

The most important skills of the future are the soft skills we are taught in primary school

In an article published by World Economic Forum David Deming Associate Professor of Education and Economics at Harvard University argues that soft skills like sharing, negotiating, empathy and cooperation are the most important skills we can teach our children in order to succesfully navigate the modern workplace and an uncertain jobmarket due to disruption from AI and technological advancements.
 
Rosan Bosch suggests looking to the untapped potential of 'behavioural architecture' and the physical learning environment as key to breaking the conservative behavioral patterns that are engrained in us based on a passive education system and classroom structure.