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Skills:

As advised by Schmeck (1998) skills are capabilities that can be expressed in behavior at any

time, because they have been developed through practice (by using procedures) and also can be

used or put into play, both consciously and unconsciously, automatically. Several educational

skills and work areas have been identified for teaching and learning:

Table 1

Skills and definition

Skills

Definition

Manual skill

Making or repairing things with your hands

Mechanics

Ability to understand the laws of mechanics in daily life
and so understand how different devices.

Scientific

Ability to conduct research. Understanding scientific
laws and scientific activities.

Display

Imagine possible solutions or alternatives to a problem
or situation

Language Use


Easy to write and express themselves in writing.

Creativity


Expression through artistic activity

know People


Interacting with people.

Support others


Help the people with problems or decisions

Leadership and Management

Leading and organizing people to reach a common
goal.

Project Management

Organization and management of resources to comply
with an objective or goal.

Conventional

Organization

of

information,

development

and

monitoring of procedures and rules.

Source: Schmeck (1998)



Erasmus University Rotterdam has implemented a program of public administration at the
bachelor level teaching approach that bridges the worlds of theory and practice for both students
and faculty. In this regard, based on the following learning objectives:



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