Non-cognitive Competences

Non-cognitive Competences

The pandemic has not only revealed the strategic nature of digital technology, but also how important the non-cognitive competences of directors, teachers and relatives were to make students follow courses from home, promoting the relation between education and socio-emotional learning. This has allowed us to guide young men and women to learn from difficulties and emergencies, without giving in to frustration or feelings of powerlessness.


FMD Scientific Director Alfonso Molina’s most recent contribution  on the Italian version of the HuffPost addresses the House’s approval of the Bill “to prevent school dropouts by introducing experimental non-cognitive competences in didactics.”


School Works Like a Compass (in Italian)

This is what we must do, accompany young men and women on their journey through life

by Alfonso Molina

HuffPost, Jan. 18, 2022