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The NEW NORMAL - OECD Learning Compass

Learning is not the same as education. The role of teachers and students will be very different in the future. Across the world, schools are adopting OECD Learning Compass approach, where students are expected to be more proactive in their learning. Spoon feeding style of education cannot sustain the continuously changing world.

OECD Learning Compass has identified the importance of Digital Literacy. Their vision align with AI4Kids' vision to fundamentally change the way learning should be facilitate, lead and share.

The OECD Learning Compass 2030 is an evolving learning framework that sets out an aspirational vision for the future of education. It provides points of orientation towards the future we want: individual and collective well-being. The metaphor of a learning compass was adopted to emphasis the need for students to learn to navigate by themselves through unfamiliar contexts.

The Anticipation-Action-Reflection (AAR) cycle is an iterative learning process whereby learners continuously improve their thinking and act intentionally and responsibly, moving towards long-term goals that contribute to collective well-being. Through planning, experience and reflection, learners deepen their understanding and broaden their perspective.

To meet the challenges of the 21st century, students need to feel that they can help shape a world where well-being and sustainability – for themselves, for others, and for the planet – is achievable. The OECD Learning Compass 2030 identifies three “transformative competencies” that students need in order to contribute to our world and shape a better future: creating new value, reconciling tensions and dilemmas, and taking responsibility.

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