Transdisciplinary Skills

The world in which we all live is constantly changing and evolving. We therefore need to equip our students with sets of relevant skills which help to thrive and adapt in any profession, challenges or situations they find themselves in. The below skills are deemed transdisciplianry meaning that they are not specific to a particular area or field.

Thinking Skills
(Acquisition of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, dialectical thought and metacognition)

Social Skills
(accepting responsibility, respecting others, cooperating, resolving conflict, group-decision making, adopting a variety of group roles)

Communication Skills
(listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing, presenting, non-verbal communication)

Self-Management Skills
(gross motor skills, fine motor skills, spatial awareness, organisation, time management, safety, healthy life style, codes of behaviour and informed choices.)

Research Skills
(Formulating questions, observing, planning collecting, organising and interpreting data and presenting research findings)

Research Skills

Thinking Skills

Self Management Skills

Social Skills

Communication Skills

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