21st CENTURY SKILLS: Prepare Students for THE FUTURE

Larson, Lotta C.; Miller, Teresa Northern
March 2011
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Spring2011, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p121
Academic Journal
The article discusses the 21st century skills that impact teaching and learning directly. It pertains to those skills that demand creativity, perseverance, and problem solving combined with performing well as part of a team. All these skills are deemed important to be taught and integrated by classroom teachers across the curriculum. The 21st century skills can be integrated with technology and practiced collaboratively.


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