Framework of glass angles in a building represent the transferable-competency framework needed to build resilience for the future.
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How to Help Learners Succeed in an Uncertain Future, Part 3: Transferable-Competency Framework

The learners of today will face continuously evolving futures of challenge. Will you be up to it? In part 1 of this 3 part series, we discussed employment-focused, transferable-competency frameworks. I covered the controversy between proponents of employment-focused and those favoring personal growt...

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Photo by Kelley Bozarth on Unsplash shows an older hand lighting the sparkler held by another in a metaphor for transferable-skills and education that serves a bigger purpose.
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How to Help Learners Succeed in an Uncertain Future, Part 2: Personal Growth

I planned originally to make this post the final in a two-part sequence on preparing college learners with transferable-skills to succeed in their next fifty years of an uncertain employment future. But I delayed my writing to attend the well-done WCET 2017 Conference and had the benefit of thinking...

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Future proof yourself by learning key transferable skills, particularly learning skills and power-up self assessment.
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How to Help Learners Succeed in an Uncertain Future. Part 1: Transferable Employment Competencies

Ask yourself this question: is the world you're now in the future you prepared for when you were in High School? If you're like me, everything has changed, and keeps changing. The jobs are different. The skills are different. And the future, except for the fact it will change, seems unpredictable. H...

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