The other week, my friend Vincent Matyi recommended a DMI Webinar where Marty Neumeier shared his thoughts on what he calls “Meta Skills”. Sounds somewhat familiar, but what are Meta Skills again? Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths, many might respond who live in Silicon Valley like Marty does. However, it’s not Mega, but Meta Skills he referred to in his talk, which according to Marty are: Feeling, Seeing, Dreaming, Making, and Learning.
The Access to Culture Platform under the leadership of ENCATC has published – in the context of the structured dialogue with Member States and the European Commission – a compilation of essays with the title: Rethinking Education– Empowering Individuals with the Appropriate Educational Tools, Skills and Competencies, for their Active Cultural, Political and Economic Participation in Society in Europe and Beyond.
The aim of this Publication is to foster critical debate, stimulate innovative thinking and publish contributions written by academics, research experts as well as a broader set of practitioners organizations, artists and people working in the cultural and education policy field.