In a digitalised world, e-Skills seem to play an increasingly large role in an individual’s skill set. They seem needed almost everywhere. Would you think of writing a letter to a friend or drafting an essay by hand? Most certainly not! You would drop your friend an email and type your essay in a word processor and so would most people, at least in your generation. But is this really all there is to e-Skills? Does it really all come down to writing emails and typing documents?
In case you might need a bit of a push, you will find below a few leads that should point you in the right direction:
- What are e-Skills in your opinion?
- How would you rate your own e-Skills?
- Which activities help you most develop your e-Skills?
- In your opinion, in which careers are e-Skills most needed? Will all careers require e-Skills in the future?
- Do you think that e-Skills enable you to make better sense of the world you live in?
- Do you agree or disagree that young people neither understand nor care about copyright and intellectual property rights?
- How can young people best be shown how to use their e-Skills in a responsible way?
Now back to you: download the role play below in English, German and French! It’s your turn to Speak up! Express your ideas! Vote!
PlayDecide Role Play 3 EN
PlayDecide Role Play 3 DE
PlayDecide Role Play 3 FR
Let us know how your discussion went and send us your results. We will post them on our blog!
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