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YEAR
2014
SUBJECT
[RR2014-16] Promoting Core Competency Education and Building Innovative Learning Ecosystems for Fostering Talent for the Future (II) 
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RR2014-16_Abstract.pdf   RR2014-16_Abstract.pdf  
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TITLE
[RR2014-16] Promoting Core Competency Education and Building Innovative Learning Ecosystems for Fostering Talent for the Future (II)
AUTHOR(S)
Sang-Duk CHOI
KEYWORDS
Fostering talent for the future, Core competency, Learning ecosystems, Happy education, Teaching innovation
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RR2014-16

Promoting Core Competency Education and Building Innovative Learning Ecosystems

for Fostering Talent for the Future (II)



Many countries are innovating their education system in order to provide more effective core competency education to their future talents, and OECD has decided that indicator for measuring students' cooperative problem solving competency will be added from PISA 2015. Previous studies regarding core competency in Korea have largely focused on introducing foreign country's core competency education policies or program and suggested various policy implications for Korea to apply. However, although these previous studies have their importance in terms of introducing various foreign cases, not many studies fully investigated and defined the specific needs for competency education based on Korea's context, nor succeeded in providing practical policy implication that reflects Korea's educational and social contents. This research is the second year study from its 3-year research project. With results found from its first year study, this study aims to suggest Korean model of core competency education which reflects both international trends and Korea's unique context at the same time. Also, the study concludes by suggesting 10 policy tasks for future core competency education.