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21st Century Skills

Bridging the gap between how students live and how they learn.
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Laurie Hendrickson

on 16 August 2010

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Transcript of 21st Century Skills

21st Century Skills How has the world changed in the last 100 years? Question Answer Students are immersed in a media environment that was unheard of 100 years ago . . . If you look at schools today versus 100 years ago, they are more
similar than
dissimilar.* often because of the media environment they are growing up in.* Children know more about what's going on in the world than their teachers . . . Click SHOW, then right arrow to begin . . . It's hard to imagine any way in which it hasn't changed. AND YET, * Peter Senge, Senior Lecturer, MIT * Partnership for 21st Century Skills css.booto.net Bridging the Gap 21st Century Lifestyle Changing Needs connect with friends via e-mail, instant messaging, and
chat rooms, search the web to
explore their interests, express themselves fluently using
new media, play video and computer games in virtual realities, manipulate digital photos,
or go behind the
scenes on DVDs, chat on and take photographs with cell phones. channel surf
on TV learn with educational
software* In their everyday lives,
students . . . * Partnership for 21st Century Skills What skills do
students need
to live in a
multifaceted,
technology-driven,
diverse, vibrant,
world? The ability
to think
critically and
creatively. The ability
to embrace
diversity and
ambiguity. The ability
to create
new
information. The ability
to collaborate
and
manage
groups. The ability
to communicate
and present
persuasively. The ability
to rely
on self.
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