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An example of this competition may be the critical reading of the newspaper. 2. Mathematical competence. It refers to the ability to use language and to communicate and interpret information and solve problems Daily life in the personal, professional and social. For example, to decide between two different offers of a product is necessary to implement this competition. 3. Knowledge of and interaction with the physical world.

It means being able to interact with the physical world around them, understand the events that happen in it and predict its consequences, and have skills to preserve the lives of all living beings on the planet. Selectively Recycling is a situation where it is clear the use of these powers. 4. Data processing and digital competence. It is the ability to search, collect, process and communicate information and transform it into knowledge, using information technologies and communication.

For young people to effectively develop this competence should try to leave and hit a corto ago to build their own learning from the information they find on the net. 5. Social competence and citizen. He who possesses this power is capable of exercising democratic citizenship. People who develop empathy with others with ease, be tolerant and respect the characteristics of all peoples and cultures. An example of this competition may be to demonstrate self-control to a baseless charge and be able to reason with the accuser. 6. Artistic and cultural competence. It means having the ability to appreciate, understand, enjoy and critically assess any cultural and artistic expression. He who possesses this power is able to appreciate both the expertise of Gaudi as a play of the theater company, formed entirely by prey to a Madrid prison. 7. Competence of learning to learn. Supposed to be able to use reflection to develop an awareness of the way we learn (metacognition), to acquire skills to improve and be able to evaluate it. He who possesses this power is capable of learning from past mistakes as a student in the past for not repeat them in future situations. 8. Autonomy and initiative. Refers to acquire personal skills to make decisions responsibly, and creatively, to have an adequate level of self-esteem and autocompetencia and possess leadership skills. An example of this competition is being able to bring a complaint form at the Office of Consumer Affairs. In conclusion, we can say that education is not seeking more powers to facilitate the life of the citizens of tomorrow, both personal, social and professional. The change should experience the educational, social and family to help develop important and the project is ambitious, but it must at least try.