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The 6 C`s of Education for the 21st Century - Infogram, charts & infographics

The 6 C`s of Education for the 21st Century - Infogram, charts & infographics
The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn. CRITICAL THINKING allows the individual to manage information. Information presented in a multitude of forms from a variety of media. Information that must be filtered and analyzed, authenticated and processed, and eventually must be synthesized in a form that will be useful to the individual. CRITICAL THINKING is PROBLEM SOLVING, the ability to take information and put it to use to create solutions. COMMUNICATION provides the means by which the individual can present information. COLLABORATION engages the individual in the world they share through association. CREATIVITY provides the avenue for expression. CULTURE encourages the individual to appreciate where we have come from, who we are now and how we can move into the future. CONNECTIVITY places the individual in touch with their world. "Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."

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