Learning skills (the four C’s) teaches students about the mental processes required to adapt and improve upon a modern work environment.
Literacy skills (IMT) focuses on how students can discern facts, publishing outlets, and the technology behind them.
In an age of chronic misinformation, finding truth online has become a job all on its own.
It’s crucial that students can identify honesty on their own.
That means understanding the idea of a “greater good,” which in this case tends to be company-wide success.
Finally, communication is the glue that brings all of these educational qualities together.
Learning creativity as a skill requires someone to understand that “the way things have always been done” may have been best 10 years ago — but someday, that has to change.
Collaboration means getting students to work together, achieve compromises, and get the best possible results from solving a problem.
Communication is a requirement for any company to maintain profitability.
It’s crucial for students to learn how to effectively convey ideas among different personality types.