The 4 core competencies of the 21st century

In a workplace where routine tasks are increasingly performed by machines equipped with artificial intelligence (AI), the skills most valued by human beings are those that allow them to perform tasks for which the solution is not known in advance. After having presented the 7 principles of 21st-century learning according to the OECD and their application in e-learning, here are the four essential 21st-century skills, according to specialist Jeremy Lamri.

Entrepreneur and researcher in cognitive sciences, Jérémy Lamri, has written a book as well as a doctoral thesis at Paris Descartes University on 21st-century skills. According to his findings, “what is most important in today’s economy, and will be even more important in tomorrow’s, is the ability to solve problems.”(CGE, 2019) He also speaks of a transformation “of the economy” rather than “of the professions,” since: “In this new world, the production system is completely overturned, particularly by digital technology, and all these transformations have a powerful impact on the education system.”

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