A generation ago, schools would have been expected to equip students with the skills needed for the rest of their lives. In today's world, they need to prepare students for life and work in a rapidly changing environment, for jobs and for using technologies, some of which have not yet been created (Benevot, 2017; Schleicher, 2018b). Cognitive abilities such as literacy and problem-solving are still crucial, but teachers must also support students in developing the strong social and emotional foundation skills needed to thrive in a highly-dynamic labour market and rapidly changing world. Education today is much more about ways of thinking that involve creative and critical approaches to problem- solving and decision-making where students influence what they learn. [...]