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6 Channels Of 21st Century Learning

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What is 21st century learning, and how do networks and technology function within it?

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eduPLEX's curator insight, May 17, 2013 10:35 PM

This is a great guide for planning! Thank you

Drora Arussy's curator insight, May 20, 2013 12:38 PM

Wonderful way to put it in perspective. Thank you for sharing the visual.

Brad Reitzel's curator insight, August 26, 2014 10:54 AM

Very important components for 21st Century learnings...media literacy should probably be number one in our list!

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ACTFL 21St Century Skills Meet Technology Infographic

A suggested but not exhaustive list of possible applications that may help foster 21st Century Skills in today's language learners.

Although geared to language learners the applications suggested work well in any course. The skills listed (with applications to go with them) are: communication, collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and innovation, information literacy, media literacy, technology literacy, flexibility and adaptability, iniative and self-direction, social and corss-cultural skills, productivity and accountability, and leadership and responsibility.


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Assessing 21st Century Skills - Looking at Criteria

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How do you assess 21st century skills? This post explores this issue and sugests that "the term 'assessment' needs to be examined. "At its core, assessment should be thought of as an opportunity to give feedback. Without giving students specific, targeted feedback on how they are performing these skills, students will have little opportunity to understand how to improve their level of creativity, become better researchers through increased information literacy skills, become better at collaborating with groups for project creation and problem solving, or develop good habits of mind to become self-directed learners."

The question then becomes how do we effectively assess these skills? What criteria should be used?

The post provides some suggestions as well as links to a number of resources.


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