The article proposes Three new "pillars" of 21st Century Learning.
This might be the hardest shift of all – changing our assessments to recognize that a person’s knowledge is no longer limited to their brain, but is extended by their network. One of the core skills we need to measure is a student’s ability to retrieve information quickly and efficiently by leveraging their personal network of people and information. In fact, schools may need to envision a culminating assessment, wherein graduating students need to demonstrate a personalized, mature, and diversified global network.
Via Mary Perfitt-Nelson