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SACE business lunch

The way we shape young people
by

Martin Westwell

on 29 September 2016

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Transcript of SACE business lunch

Who do we want young South Australians to become?
Prof Martin Westwell
martin.westwell@flinders.edu.au
An ARC Special Research Initiative
frequency of use
pervasively

frequently

regularly

occasionally

hardly ever

never
knowledge and know-how
transversal skills
professional
skills
http://ow.ly/tzvqI
http://ow.ly/tzvAW
undergrad
grad school
somewhere else
did not learn
job
The role of the SACE
productive failure
knowledge & know-how
transfer
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complex
unfamiliar
non-routine
Knowing
what to do
when you
don't know
what to do
"clear evidence that there is a growing trend in the Asia-Pacific region...to place greater emphasis ON TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCIES IN education."
"countries and economies around the world have started their movements towards the integration of transversal competencies into education out of their own particular needs."
most valued skills by teachers and school leaders
e.g., can't teach critical thinking in isolation
Laszlo Bock (SVP, People Operations) and
Kyle Keogh (Director, Sales) host a Hangout.
shared values
humility when it comes to learning
be open to knew ideas and that they might be wrong
"want to have an impact on the world"
"how well people learn"
"role related knowledge"
"don't want everyone to be the same"
"emergent leadership"
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