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This is an important topic - and not just to librarians. Many schools will need to re-evaluate their classes to include more embedded technology & ethics skills.
Em síntese, as competências a desenvolver (qualquer que seja o nível de ensino em diferentes patamares, diria eu), relacionam-se com a literacia da informação (com e sem recurso as tecnologias mais recentes), ou seja, pesquisa, seleção e tratamento de informação (para a transformar em conhecimento - diferente de copy/paste) e comunicação (oral e escrita) de ideias, de si próprio e do que faz (de forma rigorosa e atraente), tendo em conta as normas de privacidade e ética (que em contextos online são bastas vezes descuidadas) . Parece-me ficar a faltar outras tantas, como a resolução de problemas, a colaboração, o aprender a aprender...
I could help teach students these skills in the context of their other coursework.
Online learning has proliferated significantly in the last five years. But is online education preparing students for 21st century skills just because students are required to have access to a comput...
Business and political leaders are increasingly asking schools to integrate development of skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration into the teaching and learning of academic subjects. Collectively these skills are often referred to as “21st century skills” or “deeper learning.”
Vision Mapper, part of the Beyond Current Horizons programme, is designed to help examine the future of education beyond 2025.
What skills will children need for work? How might parenting and family change? What impact will new technologies have on learning? Vision Mapper provides a wide range of activities and resources to explore these issues, centred around 6 expert future scenarios. These scenarios are based on 18 month's work in 2008-9 by a team of 98 experts and are backed by a wealth of background research, providing a powerful planning resource for educators.
The resources provided are designed to support education leadership, including head teachers, department heads, local authorities and school redesign consortia to approach long-term planning and decision making with an informed view of the future.
Developed in Great Britain.
This looks like a great tool. -JL