Global Education: Evaluating and Embedding Non-Cognitive Skills into a Contemporary Curriculum | Primary

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Webinar Duration: 51 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide headteachers, senior leaders, governors and teachers with advice and practical guidance on incorporating non-cognitive skills into a contemporary curriculum to enhance employability and wellbeing as economies and job markets evolve.

Such is the pace of technological change that it’s hard to imagine what the workplace might look like even a few years from now. Schools can help pupils develop non-cognitive or ‘soft’ skills - such as resilience, perseverance, teamwork, conscientiousness and decision making - so that they are able to adapt and thrive in the adult world, whatever form it takes in future.

In this webinar, Dr Phil Lambert, PSM, award-winning leader of education review and reform in Australia and international education expert, will explain how schools can evaluate current provision and support the development of non-cognitive skills, enhancing pupils’ attainment both in school and when they embark on employment and adulthood.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding how to embed non-cognitive skills into a contemporary curriculum to equip pupils with attributes which will enable them to adapt to technological change.

  • Being able to identify a range of attributes and characteristics which might be considered non-cognitive skills, and which can help pupils thrive in fast-changing working environments.

  • Appreciating how to evaluate current provision to ascertain to what extent non-cognitive skills are already promoted within the curriculum and as part of the school culture.

  • Understanding how to incorporate into the curriculum teaching which supports the development of non-cognitive skills.

  • Being able to identify further sources of information and resources to expand pupils’ skill set and enhance their employability and wellbeing.

Dr Phil Lambert

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Dr Phil Lambert

Award-winning leader of education review and reform in Australia and international education expert.
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