Beyond the Test: How Teaching Soft Skills Helps Students Succeed

Often when designing lessons, teachers are deliberate about identifying and communicating cognitive skill goals to students. We should be equally deliberate with teaching young people non-cognitive skills, or soft skills, because those with the strongest soft skills are most likely to excel in school, work and life. This article offers ways that teachers can thoughtfully incorporate soft skills training into overall course design and individual lesson plans.

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