The 4Cs Research Series Skills for Today, is a series jointly released by Pearson and P21. Each paper summarizes what is currently known about teaching and assessing one of the 4Cs: Collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and communication. Our partnership on this series signifies a commitment to helping educators, policymakers, and employers understand how best to support students in developing the skills needed to succeed in college, career, and life. Available now: Subscribe to our newsletter and be notified of future publications. In collaboration with research partners at the University of Connecticut, P21 released a research series on key aspects of conceptualizing, developing, and assessing each of the 4Cs of Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Creativity in 2015.
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33 Best of the Best Open Source Content Management Systems Years ago, creating HTML pages seems a lot of fun, ever since that era have been long gone, and our websites have pretty much gotten into dynamic pages which seems too tedious and totally crazy if you code them one by one, that coders don’t have much left with their lives to code another one. it’s a pain in the neck having to code from scratch when all you needed was a CMS or Content Management System, that does everything for you. So What exactly does a CMS do for you? Simply put it this way, You add, edit and delete content and CMS does the HTML pages for you without the typing a single code, yes not even the <html> tag. There are also CMS that are unbelievably free, despite the fact that they do so many stuff for you, just like the one that I’m using, Wordpress , and I’m pretty much used to it, except creating a skin for it.
home keys and the home row - lesson one Keyboard - lesson one text only The home row of the keyboard is the most important to the touch-typist. When at rest the typist's fingers are positioned, lightly, on the A-S-D-F keys for the left hand, and the J-K-L-; keys for the right hand. The left index finger will control the F and G keys, the right index finger will control the J and H keys.The left middle finger will control the D key, the right middle finger will control the K key.The left ring finger will control the S key, the right ring finger will control the L key.The left little finger will control the A key, the right little finger will control the ; key.The spacebar is controlled by the right thumb.