Work studies / Year 10 / Skills for learning and work / Learning to learn

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Curriculum content descriptions

Explain the relationship between lifelong learning and work in the 21st century and its importance for future work opportunities (ACWSCL023)

Elaborations
  • reflecting on the demands of work and further learning, including the costs and benefits, both financially and personally
  • investigating the need to be a lifelong learner in the context of their current and future aspirations for learning and work
  • identifying the factors that contribute towards successful transition from school to work
ScOT terms

Educational transition,  Cost of education,  Lifelong learning

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