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21st Century Skills
Transcript of 21st Century Skills
Values at the Core of 21st Century Competencies
Social and Emotional Competencies
We are responsible if we recognise that we have a duty to our self, family, community, nation and the world, and fulfil our responsibilities with love and commitment.
We value harmony if we seeks inner happiness and promote social cohesion. We appreciate the unity and diversity of a multicultural society.
We are people of integrity if we upholds ethical principles and have the moral courage to stand up for what is right.
We are caring if we act with kindness and compassion, and contribute to the betterment of the community and the world.
A person is resilient if he has emotional strength and perseveres in the face of challenges. He manifests courage, optimism, adaptability resourcefulness.
Who is a Confident Person?
Who has a strong sense of right and wrong, is adaptable and resilient, knows himself, is discerning in judgment, thinks independently and critically, and communicates effectively.
Who is a Self-directed Learner?
who asks questions, reflects, perseveres and takes responsibility for his own learning.
Who is a Active Contributor?
Who is able to work effectively in teams, is innovative, exercises initiative, takes calculated risks and strives for excellence.
Who is a Concerned Citizen?
Who is rooted to Singapore, has a strong sense of civic responsibility, is informed about Singapore and the world, and takes an active part in bettering the lives of others around him.
21st Century Competencies Outcomes:
A person has self-awareness
if he understands his own
emotions, strengths, inclinations
A person can manage himself
effectively if he has the capacity to manage his own emotions. He should be self-motivated, exercise discipline and display strong goal-setting and organisational skills
We can manage relationships effectively if we has the ability to establish and maintain healthy and rewarding relationships through effective communication, and is able to work with others to resolve issues and provide assistance.
We can make responsible decisions if he has the capacity to identify and analyse a situation competently. He should be able to
reflect upon the implications of
decisions made, based on personal,
moral and ethical considerations.
A person has social awareness if he has the ability to accurately discern different perspectives, recognise and appreciate diversity , empathise with and respect others.
Competencies for the 21st Century
-Civic Literacy, Global Awareness
and Cross-cultural Skills
-Critical and Inventive Thinking
-Information and Communication Skills
Civic Literacy, Global Awareness and Cross-cultural Skills
Our society is becoming increasingly cosmopolitan and more Singaporeans live and work abroad.
We will therefore need a broader worldview, and the ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds, with different ideas and perspectives.
At the same time, we should be informed about national issues, take pride in being Singaporean and contribute actively to the community.
Information and Communication Skills
With the Internet Revolution, information is often literally just a click away.
It is important that we know what questions to ask, how to sieve information and extract that which is relevant and useful.
At the same time, we need to be discerning so that we can shield ourselves from harm, while adopting ethical practices in cyberspace.
Importantly, we should be able to communicate our ideas clearly and effectively.
Critical and Inventive Thinking
To be future-ready,we need to be able to think critically, assess options and make sound decisions.
We should have a desire to learn, explore and be prepared to think out of the box.
We should not be afraid to make mistakes and face challenges that may at first appear daunting.
Developing New Skills and Values
Knowledge and skills must be underpinned by values.
Values define a person’s character. They shape the beliefs, attitudes and actions of a person, and therefore form the core of the framework of 21st century competencies.
The middle ring signifies the Social
and Emotional Competencies skills necessary for us to:
recognise and manage our emotions,
develop care and concern for others,
make responsible decisions,
establish positive relationships,
handle challenging situations effectively.
The outer ring of the framework
represents the 21st century skills necessary for the globalised world we live in.
• Civic literacy, global awareness and
• Critical and inventive thinking
• Information and communication skills
Together, these competencies will enable us to tap into the rich opportunities in the new digital age, while keeping a strong Singapore heartbeat
How do we build and inculcate these social and emotional competencies in us?
The Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) aims to inculcate values and build social and emotional competencies in us.
This in turn is to develop us into good individuals and useful citizens in a fast changing and globalised world.
It develops us through an understanding of the values that define the Singapore society, inspiring us to show concern about the world we live in, and demonstrate empathy in their relationships with others.
How will the CCE do that?
We will learn values through three overarching ideas, namely (Identity, Relationships and Choices) in six domains, starting with self and extending to the family, school, community, nation and the world.
The diagram below shows the Core Values, the 3 Big Ideas and the Expanding Domain in the CCE syllabus:
3 Big Ideas
The Big ideas; Identity, Relationships and Choices, are core concepts of the syllabus.
They are interconnected and impact one another.
We need to know who they are in order to relate positively with others.
Relationships forge and shape our identity and influence the choices we make.
The ability to make good choices impacts on our understanding of our own identity and the relationships we form.
6 Expanding Domains
Being who i am and becoming who i can be.
Strengthening family ties
Fostering healthy friendships and team spirit
Understanding our community and building an inclusive society
Developing a sense of national identity and nation building
Being an active citizen in a globalised world
How are these things inculcated into us?
Questions are crafted to unpack each big idea and to stimulate discussions in
They serve to guide us to think about the habits, values, attitudes, competencies and skills that we should equip themselves with to handle diverse life experiences.
21st Century Skills
Skill Framework of 21st Century Skills
Why do we need 21st Century Skills?
21st Century Skills are essential for us to thrive in a fast-changing world,a future driven by globalisation and technological advancements.
We demonstrates respect when we believes in our own self-worth and the intrinsic worth of all people.