Teaching for 21st-Century Skills

by Daniel Pier

For some teachers, the phrase “21st-century skills” conjures images of students learning to use the latest technology. However, a broad consensus recognizes that technology literacy is just one of an array of skills not emphasized in traditional educational settings that are becoming increasingly important for students’ eventual success in work and life.

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