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EDUCATION & SKILLS


Charting a safe pathway through echo chambers of social media


Teaching young people to navigate virtual bubbles and life in a ‘digital bazaar’ is now of critical importance


18 | FUTURESCOT | SUMMER 2021 BY ANDREAS SCHLEICHER


Globalisation and digitalisation have connected people, cities, countries and continents in ways that vastly increase our individual and collective potential. But the same forces have also made the world more volatile, more complex, more uncertain and more ambigu-


ous. In this world, education is no longer just about teaching students something, but about helping them to develop a reliable compass and the tools to navigate ambiguity. Literacy in the 20th century was


about extracting and processing pre-coded and – for school students - usually carefully curated informa- tion; in the 21st century, it is about


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