Certainly the future interest. And as Woody Allen said, it will be better … because this is where we are going to spend the rest of our lives. The Peoplesphere of the month of February 2016 takes place in the complexities of the impacts of sociodemographic changes in our organizations in 2030. The World Economic Forum has published on it that on March 10 a very interesting article on the key competences of the world in the morning. The results are derived from the analysis of 213 investigations of new learning styles of students and are put in perspective with the teachings of the last Economic Forum in Davos, which took place in January 2016.
The socio-emotional approach elevated to the rank of condition for success
You know, robots, technology, artificial intelligence, algorithms process billions of information much faster, much better, much more accurately than poor humans. To cope with this wave of technology that will kill 45% of current jobs by 2025 (Oxford survey 2013), we will continue to use our incredible ability as a weapon to connect with each other and create emotions. We started in fast time to this economy of emotion.
The World Economic Forum summarizes critical skills in the following diagram:
SOURCE: WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM – REPORT: NEW VISION FOR EDUCATION: PROMOTING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
The academic world seems to realize little by little that our loved ones will need other skills than those that we have had the opportunity to learn and above all other forms of learning.
The socio-emotional approach contributes materially to success.
According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), the skills that are considered fundamental for professional success (even humanly) in the world of tomorrow are developed mainly by the so-called SEL methodologies: Social – emotional learning. WEF experts have examined the school’s learning methods on the evidence and have traveled the studies observing students who use technology to develop their abilities to interact socially and emotionally. By technology is understood, in particular, the use of collaboration platforms, social media, the MOOC – SPOC – Cooc, blended … But technology is not everything, it is still necessary to put good uses.
The previously announced competencies are those detected in future job projections and will be reduced to the level of today’s students. What is interesting is to realize that the same skills are already critical now in our organizations. The learning modes ultimately differ nothing that is organized in schools and universities.