While some believe that workers either have or don’t have certain transferable skills, this author argues that transferable workplace skills can and should be taught explicitly.
This piece reframes how we look at skills, asking us to recognize that technical and job specific skills are more perishable than transferable “durable” skills.
This article summarizes key research and current thinking on how the future of work might look with increased automation and artificial intelligence.
Niagara College’s Work Integrated Learning is a collection of 30+ modules that build career exploration, job search, and workforce readiness skills.
ISTE Standards are competencies for learning, teaching, and leadership in effective use of technology in education.
The Competency Model Clearinghouse resource can be used to develop curriculum, assessments, and instruction aligned with skills, abilities, and knowledge required in different occupations.
Digital Skill Sets for Diverse Users is a digital and life skills framework that is used as a comparison with existing digital skills frameworks and curricula.
The Work Readiness Tool from the Workforce Investment Act Youth Program is a checklist and rubric of foundational life skills needed for successful employment.
The Skills Matcher self-assessment determines transferable skills and assessment results make job recommendations that include demographic and labor market data.
The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy offers curated resources for anti-racist and anti-bias teaching and self-education, as well as an adult education curriculum unit.
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