OECD Learning Framework 2030
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development;
As"Equity""Quality""Key Competences"and"to reduce the high learning load"become hot words in education, practitioners in education are rethinking "what should be taught in the school?" in the new century. In 2015 OECD Directorate for Education Skills launched OECD's Education 2030: The Future of Education and Skills project. The project intends to develop a conceptual Learning Framework for 2030 which will support countries in finding answers. The framework includes knowledge, skills, attitude and values; individual and social wellbeing as well as transformative competencies. The framework encapsulates a complex concept: the mobilization of knowledge, skills, attitudes and values through a process of reflection, anticipation and action, in order to develop the inter-related competencies needed to engage with the world. In addition, the working group members and partners of the project are co-creating"design principles"for changes in curricula and education systems that will be relevant in different countries over time. This includes the concept, content and process design. of the project.
【CateGory Index】： G424