Global Competencies of Slovenian Students: Relatedness of Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes, and Values
Keywords:global competencies, PISA, Slovenia, assessment, policy framework
The aim of the article is to explicate, compared to the OECD average, lower perceived global competencies of Slovenian 15-year-olds in PISA 2018. The results demonstrate the relatedness of different domains of global competencies. Based on the results, the article exposes the importance of establishing an appropriate national framework, which would strengthen students’ knowledge as a basis for cultivating all other virtues (skills, attitudes, and values) of modern global citizens.
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