21st Century Learning

20th to 21st century learning

Everyday I see the remnants of the 20th century paradigm still imposed on students; even students born firmly in the 21st century are still working in a system in the middle of a shift. This is huge and critical shift, not just in education, but also in how we think, work and live. Just having knowledge isn’t crucial to success anymore–having the ability to sift through knowledge critically and quickly is.

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