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21st Century Skills for Success - The National Institute for Professional Practice. Skills for Success Part Two If you would like to read Part One CLICK HERE The 21st Century Workplace Skills The enGauge report identified four skill clusters as essential to success in the 21st Century workplace.

21st Century Skills for Success - The National Institute for Professional Practice

These skills "were developed through a process that included literature reviews, research on emerging characteristics of the Net Generation, a review of current reports on workforce trends from business and industry, analysis of nationally recognized skill sets, input from educators, data from educator surveys, and reactions from constituent groups. In addition, data was gathered from educators at state-level conference sessions in 10 states, surveys, and focus groups Chicago and Washington, D.C.

" The four skill clusters are: Digital-age literacy, which includes the various competencies expected in a 21st century workplace. Mastering the Skills. New_Pedagogies_for_Deep%20Learning_Whitepaper.pdf. Untitled. Chapter One.

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The Learning Puzzle Will a group of schools around the world crack the mystery of how to make education irresistible to students? By Erin Millar For the past year and a half, Canadian education journalist Erin Millar has been documenting an unprecedented effort to reimagine education. The initiative — called New Pedagogies for Deep Learning — is a partnership between education experts, schools systems, philanthropic and private sector organizations and hundreds of schools around the world. A-Guide-to-Four-Cs.pdf. Trudacot v1 annotated. The 5 Cs in Education: What If… Sketchnoting in the Process. After my sketchnoting workshop at Miami Device, I was asked to record my process of CREATING the sketchnotes.

The 5 Cs in Education: What If… Sketchnoting in the Process

I used Airserver to mirror my iPad display to my laptopUsed Screenflow to record myself sketching the main points of the presentationUsed Screenflow to speed up the recorded footage from 30+ minutes to 2.5 minutesExported, then imported into iMovie to add credtits and music This was the first time doing a screencast this way for me…there are a few kinks that I still need to work out (how to NOT record the screenflow toolbar). [The sketchnotes created in the video below were NOT created live, but AFTER, I had created the slide deck already} Here is the slide deck for the presentation Related Sketchnoting and Yet Another Dimension Experimenting with sketchnoting as note taking and as visual summaries and slide design has been an area of intense interest for me over the past six months. 24. New Pedagogies for Deep Learning.

Learning in Hand. Developing rubrics that really work. For learners, teachers and designers using crowd-sourcing in digital environments. Wicked problem. A wicked problem is a problem that is difficult or impossible to solve because of incomplete, contradictory, and changing requirements that are often difficult to recognize.

Wicked problem

The use of term "wicked" here has come to denote resistance to resolution, rather than evil.[1] Moreover, because of complex interdependencies, the effort to solve one aspect of a wicked problem may reveal or create other problems. Characteristics[edit] Rittel and Webber's 1973 formulation of wicked problems in social policy planning specified ten characteristics:[3][4] Conklin later generalized the concept of problem wickedness to areas other than planning and policy. The defining characteristics are:[5] The problem is not understood until after the formulation of a solution.Wicked problems have no stopping rule.Solutions to wicked problems are not right or wrong.Every wicked problem is essentially novel and unique.Every solution to a wicked problem is a 'one shot operation.' Examples[edit] Background[edit]

Crowd-Sourced Learning in MOOCs. What expert behaviour looks like (formal descriptions) What expert learners do (evidence from the log files) In practice, in MOOC forums, experts behave like this:

Crowd-Sourced Learning in MOOCs

How a Teen Knew She was Ready to Teach Computer Coding Skills. Diplomas, certificates and accreditation are just some of the indicators that let aspiring educators know they’re ready to teach.

How a Teen Knew She was Ready to Teach Computer Coding Skills

But what happens when your passion gets ahead of your level of experience? Ming Horn was debating her sense of readiness earlier this year when she set out on an ambitious plan to teach code to teens at the Future Light Orphanage in Cambodia. Horn, then a junior at Berkeley High School in California, had never taught a classroom of students, nor did she have any fluency in Khmer. What she did have, however, was her experience as a learner. “I don’t know how computer science classes are taught, but I know how I learn — project-based, experimental, asking people in the community,” she told an audience this week at the Big Ideas Fest hosted by ISKME. The case for 21st-century learning - OECD. Andreas Schleicher, OECD Education Directorate Anyone wondering why knowledge and skills are important to the future of our economies should consider two facts.

The case for 21st-century learning - OECD

First, jobs: employment rates are higher among people with more education than among those with less. This has continued to be the case during the crisis. Also, in those OECD countries where college education has expanded most over recent decades, learning differentials for college graduates have continued to rise compared with school leavers, for instance. Pd_module_1_for_web_2014.pdf. Defining%2021st%20century%20skills.pdf. The%20Changing%20Role%20of%20Education%20and%20Schools.pdf.