The 4 Cs• Collaboration• Communication• Creativity• Critical thinking
Learning in the 21st century is undergoingradical change. All learners should have theconfidence and capability to learn all the time,wherever they are, whatever the setting.http://www.21stcenturylearningalliance.org/who-we-are/our-vision
Project-based learningWhat should students learn in the 21st century? At firstglance, this question divides into two: what should studentsknow, and what should they be able to do? But theres moreat issue than knowledge and skills. For the innovationeconomy, dispositions come into play: readiness tocollaborate, attention to multiple perspectives, initiative,persistence, and curiosity. While the content of any learningexperience is important, the particular content is irrelevant.What really matters is how students react to it, shape it, orapply it. The purpose of learning in this century is notsimply to recite inert knowledge, but, rather, to transform it.It is time to change the subject.
There is wide agreement that we need new modelsof education, and not simply new models ofschooling, but entirely new visions of learningbetter suited to the increasing complexity,connectivity, and velocity of our new knowledgesociety. We now have the capability to reimaginewhere, when, and how learning takes place.http://connectedlearning.tv/what-is-connected-learning